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US Secret Service confirms Eminem's interrogation over Trump songs

The U.S. Secret Service questioned American rapper Eminem after contacting her with questions from a TMZ journalist.

Eminem was asked questions about tracks criticizing Trump
Photo: Eminem / Facebook

The U.S. Secret Service in 2018 interrogated the American rapper Eminem after the release of his songs, mentioning President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka. Censored Documents Secret Service provided by Buzzfeed News.

The investigation of Eminem’s activities was started after the agency received a letter from a TMZ employee asking whether an investigation was being conducted against the rapper because of his song Framed. The composition, according to the sender of the request, contained inappropriate comments about Donald Trump and threats to his daughter.

A letter to the publication was sent on December 15, 2017 — on the day of the release of the album Revival, which included the track Framed. Eminem was interrogated a month later, on January 16, 2018. The rapper was asked questions not only about the track but about Trump's critical freestyle, which he read out in October 2017 at the BET Awards.

The case against the rapper was not brought.

Eminem spoke about the interrogation of the Secret Service on the track The Ringer (Kamikaze album, fun 2018).

In the Framed song, Eminem called Trump Donald Duck and stated that Ivanka Trump drowned in a pond. In The Ringer, the rapper said that the US president sent Secret Service agents to him to find out if he has a connection with the terrorists and if he wants to harm Trump.

Eminem was born on October 17, 1972. The peak of its popularity came in the late 1990s — early 2000s.

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