Is Eminem behind Joe Biden's Michigan win? Internet thanks rapper for ‘last-minute Lose Yourself commercial'

Donald Trump had lost Michigan when Eminem had dissed him in 2016 with his song ‘Campaign Speech’, a freestyle rap song by the American rapper, which was released on October 19, 2016


                            Is Eminem behind Joe Biden's Michigan win? Internet thanks rapper for ‘last-minute Lose Yourself commercial'
Eminem and Joe Biden (Getty Images)

As we all eagerly wait for the result of the presidential election, it is reported that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden won Michigan which people are suggesting happened due to Eminem’s support. Biden’s campaign had premiered a 45-second black and white video a few days ago featuring Eminem’s 10x platinum and the 2003 Academy Award-winning song ‘Lose Yourself’. Eminem, who enjoys 22.8 million followers on Twitter, had shared the campaign video on his wall on November 2, 2020, and had captioned it, “One opportunity... #Vote” along with an emoticon of the US ballot box.



 

 



 

 

When the news of Biden taking over Michigan hit the Internet, a lot of people took to Twitter saying that the hip-hop icon is the reason why Biden could pull off the victory here. A user said, “Salute to Eminem…He got everybody from 8 mile and brought them to the polls in Michigan @Eminem.” Another said, “Eminem helped out with them Michigan votes lol.” One tweet read, “Thank eminem for saving michigan.” Another commented, “I wonder how much of an impact @Eminem had on Michigan votes after his Biden endorsement. This man sneezes and it makes the news.” A user tweeted, “Damn Michigan really did it...thanks Detroit for saving the world. I won’t make fun of that Eminem freestyle anymore.”  “Thank you Eminem for that last-minute "Lose Yourself" commercial on Michigan,” stated another. “You saved Michigan, and you can’t change my mind thank you Marshall,” said another user.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

Interestingly, incumbent President Donald Trump had lost Michigan when Eminem had dissed him in 2016 with his song ‘Campaign Speech,’ a freestyle rap song by the American rapper, which was released on October 19, 2016, the same day of the third presidential debate, and 19 days before the 2016 presidential election. Apart from Eminem, musicians like Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, Bruce Springsteen, John Legend, Kehlani and a few others extended their support to Biden, 77, in the 2020 elections.



 

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