Eminem at England, Scotland concerts: 'F*** Trump'

CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 01: Eminem performs at Samsung Galaxy stage during 2014 Lollapalooza Day One at Grant Park on August 1, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Eminem is going to say what he thinks - there's no doubt about that - and he did exactly that during a festival in the United Kingdom.

During a concert in Glasgow, just as the song 'White America' was starting, the Detroit rapper laid in the President of the United States.

"Scotland might have to be our new home, because sh** ain’t going so well in the states. And I just want to take this moment out right now to say f*** Donald Trump!"

Watch the clip here, but be warned the clip contains profanity:

That was Thursday. A few days later, he did it again at a concert in Reading, England. He told the crowd he didn't want to use the stage for a platform or to be political. Then he said this:

"I don’t want to cause any controversy, so I won’t say no names. But this m*****f*** Donald Trump, I can’t stand!"

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The crowd then broke out into a 'f*** Trump' chant as Eminem tried to introduce the song 'White America'. He then encouraged the crowd for a call back: "'When I say f****, you say Trump".

The English crowd joined in until the beginning of 'White America'.

Watch the clip here, but be warned the clip contains profanity:

The 2002 political song by Eminem features the Detroit rapper talking about his rise to stardom, the controversy surrounding his lyrics, his belief that his skin color helped with his popularity, and attacks then Second-Lady Lynne Chaney and her predecessor Tipper Gore, who introduced the Parental Advisory sticker now on albums.