Eminem takes strong stance against Trump in freestyle.
Not totally sure how rap battles work, but I believe Eminem is now the President of the United States of America.
— andy lassner (@andylassner) October 11, 2017
@andylassner, tweeting after rapper Eminem delivered a vicious takedown of President Trump in his freestyle rap “The Storm,” a video of which was shown at the BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday night. In the video, Eminem called out Trump for attacking black athletes, disrespecting war heroes and using the presidency to enrich his businesses. The rapper even called out any of his own fans who support the president. Colin Kaepernick, LeBron James and Snoop Dogg all gave Eminem recognition for the video. Here’s the rap:
United Nations marks International Girls Day.
It's #dayofthegirl. I am thinking about confidence. Not just food, shelter, clothing, safety, education. Give girls confidence. With love.
— Swarna Rajagopalan (@swarraj) October 11, 2017
@swarraj, tweeting on Day of the Girl, which the United Nations recognizes on Oct. 11. The U.N., which launched the day to focus on girls affected by wars and conflict, reports that every 10 minutes, somewhere in the world, an adolescent girl dies as a result of violence. In addition, girls are more likely than boys to be out of school in conflict areas.
Women are more than wives and daughters.
Dear Men, Please remove the phrase "as a husband and/or a father of daughters" from your vocabulary. Women exist outside your bubble.
— Abigail Shirley (@abzdafab) October 10, 2017
@abzdafab, on men, including Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who have mentioned wives and daughters when condemning disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein over sex assault allegations. “Women are … in fact, people,” @samlansky tweeted.
Actors currently drafting your Weinstein statements: Keep in mind that women are not only “wives” and “daughters” but also, in fact, people
— Sam Lansky (@samlansky) October 10, 2017
Lots of talk about protecting your daughters from powerful predatory men and not enough talk about teaching your sons not to emulate them.
— OhNoSheTwitnt️ (@OhNoSheTwitnt) October 9, 2017
ESPN analyst goes off about U.S. Soccer.
“Iceland is the same size as Corpus Christi, Texas. … They can figure it out. If the United States can’t figure it out, then [they have] no business being involved.”
Taylor Twellman, blasting the U.S. men’s national soccer team on ESPN after they lost to Trinidad and Tobago and failed to qualify for the World Cup. In his viral rant, Twellman, a former USMNT player, ripped the team for being unprepared.
Here's the full Taylor Twellman rant: pic.twitter.com/3YOAQrTKmY
— Max Wildstein (@MaxWildstein) October 11, 2017
Wear your love for Taco Bell on your T-shirt.
Forever 21 just announced a Taco Bell line of clothing and accessories. Honestly, seems like a match made in Heaven.
— Anna Giaritelli (@Anna_Giaritelli) October 11, 2017
@Anna_Giaritelli, tweeting about Forever 21’s collaboration with Taco Bell, which debuted on Wednesday. The collection features Taco-Bell T-shirts, hoodies and sauce packet-inspired bodysuits with phrases like “born saucy.”
If I don’t get a Taco Bell Fire Sauce bodysuit from Forever 21 have I even lived?
— Holly Madison (@hollymadison) October 10, 2017