UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The US Secret Service interrogated American rapper Eminem (real name Marshall Bruce Mathers III) because of a song that threatened U.S. President Donald Trump, Buzzfeed reports citing available documents to the service.
The publication writes that we are talking about the composition Framed from the album Revival 2017. In the song, Eminem makes a sharp statement regarding Trump and his daughter Ivanka.
Later, in December 2018, Eminem released the song Ringer, in which he talked about how the secret service interrogated him, at that time they did not comment on this information in the service itself, RIA Novosti reports with reference to Buzzfeed.
The publication reports that this week in response to a request, it received from the department 40 pages of a document confirming that in January 2018 the musician was indeed summoned for questioning about the “threatening text” of his song.
The secret service notes that the rapper showed “inappropriate behavior” and through the rap “threatened the protected person.”
The service emphasizes that Eminem previously also used “threatening statements about the US president and his family.” The Office clarifies that the lyrics were considered at a meeting of service employees, and it was decided not to transfer the case to the federal prosecutor’s office.
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