They're at it again...
Ann Coulter has never been one afraid to speak her mind. The author is frequently on different television and radio shows where she is asked for her opinion on certain matters.
Moving to rapper Eminem, he’s had quite a bit of history when it comes to legal issues and the way that he talks about women in his music. Coulter recently had some strong words to say about the rapper recently, and the way she puts it may have you scratching your head when you’re trying to figure out who is right and who is wrong.
Back and Forth
Eminem is a well known rapper across the world and he’s very vocal about his opinions. Unfortunately throughout his career he’s also been known to get in the headlines for the wrong reasons. He got a little bit vocal with how he feels about Ann Coulter in a recent song, and she didn’t take lightly to it, calling him an “idiot” and a “homophobe”.
She’s not the only one
In 2000, he was scheduled to perform in Canada when Ontario Attorney General Jim Flaherty said that he didn’t want Eminem to come in the country because “I personally don’t want anyone coming to Canada who will come here and advocate violence against women”, so Coulter isn’t the only one that feels like Eminem and his lyrics might be spreading the wrong message.
Eminem is known to be a guy with no filter, he always says what’s on his mind and never seems to regret a word he says. In Big Sean’s song “No Favors”, Eminem had a verse that began with the line “And f*** Ann Coulter with a Klan poster”, so it’s no secret how Eminem feels about her. Ann spoke out about the incident, and she makes it very clear why she feels Eminem is in the wrong once again.