Senator Al Franken decides to pursue a career in Rapping after listening to Eminem.
The surprise album release by the Hip-Hop King “Eminem”, named “Kamikaze”; inspired by the heroic Japanese Fighter Pilots has sent shockwaves throughout the world of Hip-Hop.
Much to the surprise of Artists, the album has now taken a life of its own; inspiring not only Hip-Hop Artists but also Famous Politicians.
Al Franken, ex-Giant of the Senate and disgraced Senator, after claims of Sexual Misconduct exposed as a result of the #MeToo movement; has claimed Eminem has inspired him to make a comeback with his own Rap Album, currently Untitled — to be used as a necessary tool to diss Senators that unashamedly bashed him and his family.
In a statement Sen. Al Franken had the following to say about what inspired him,
“I saw the title and I instantly knew what my calling was. To be a hiphop rapper. Sure it brought back some unsavoury memories, such as the photographs of me groping a female member on a Military aircraft. I think the Kamikaze cover speaks for it self — if Eminem can own up to his ‘hater’, I believe I can too.
I think it’s time to make amends and let’s just say I’ll be spitting nothing but fire on my upcoming record.”
In response critics and nay-sayers have called it a shoddy attempt to chime in on the Critical Acclaim of Rapper Eminem and the current ‘hip’ thing to do; feuding.
Surviving aviators of the Japanese Special Attack Unit claim, “Kamikaze ( Tokubetsu Kōgekitai) claim it’s absurd to think that someone would find it’s appropriate to use a Suicide Mission for the sole purpose of self-proclamation. We really do not condone the violence and Hip-Hop feuds between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly. As a matter of fact, please stop using our cultural terminology for trashing one another.”
In defence of the album, President. Donald Trump chimed in with his opinion that “…if Eminem can get Daniel Day Lewis to deliver an Oscar winning performance, I think there’s a good chance he can be the saviour of our current State of Affairs. And by Affairs I mean, Politics. Just so we’re clear here.”
Also responding to the surprise release of the album, Rapper and Role-Model of Tattoo aficionados across the planet not in favour of wearing a shirt, Machine Gun Kelly A.K.A. M.G.K released the following response to naysayers:
We have not yet released a response from Hip-Hop Legend, Eminem, as he is currently pre-disposed counting his “Millions”.