Canadian Women’s Rights group, the RINJ Foundation, “strongly urges the boycott of rape rappers and their labels;” Photo: rinj.press

Eminem and Big Sean‘s new track “No Favors” released last week has been the center of backlash and accused of being “rape-rap” for its lyrics about conservative right-wing pundit Ann Coulter.

The song, from Big Sean’s latest album I Decided, is strongly critical of Trump with Eminem going so far as to call the president a “b*tch.” However, its some of the other lyrics which are receiving the most of attention in this media hailstorm. Specifically, a group of bars which some have pointed out seem to be about raping Ann Coulter with various objects both politically charged and seemingly random. The use of the verb “f*ck” is left mostly ambiguous so it’s better to read the lyrics for yourself:

And fuck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster
With a lamp post, door handle, shutter
A damn bolt cutter, a sandal, a can opener, a candle, rubber
Piano, a flannel, sucker, some hand soap, butter
A banjo and manhole cover
Hand over the mouth and nose smother
Trample ran over the tramp with the Land Rover
The band, the Lambo, Hummer and Road Runner
Go ham donut, or go Rambo, gotta make an example of her
That’s for Sandra Bland, ho, and Philando

TMZ caught up with Ann Coulter to ask the question on everyone’s minds: “Is this a diss to you?”

Ann Coulter equivocates to the question first by reverting to the classic ad hominem strategy and attacking Eminem’s character by referring to his controversial lyrics of the past.

“He talks about f-ing women with an umbrella until the bleep comes out,” Coulter told the camera man. “He denounces gays, using ugly terms. His homophobia and misogyny is quite well known.”

Interestingly she brings in current events to the matter and references the Berkeley protests of last week and mentions how the political left is normalizing “violent ways toward women and gays.” Seems a bit contradictory when you consider she is an avid supporter of the man who objectifies women by “grabbing them by the pussy.”

Asked whether she is enjoying the brief glimpse of public spotlight, Coulter responds that she thinks Eminem is getting more publicity off of the whole debacle.

In related news, the RINJ Foundation, a Canadian Women’s Rights group, has come forward with a campaign to boycott the “rape-rappers and their labels.” In a display of action, it looks like they’ve pulled some images of Eminem from Google and painted large red X’s over them. And as a mission statement reads: “In a poorly mastered rap recording by RAPE RAPPERS Marshall Bruce Mathers (Eminem) and Sean Michael Anderson (BigSean), America’s most popular and most vulgar heroes demonstrate why and how America became a global pariah.”