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NBC late-night host Seth Meyers followed up Eminem's headline-making, anti-Trump freestyle with a message of his own to any Trump-supporting viewers. 

The "Late Night" host said his viewers should "get off the fence" and pick a side between President Trump and his show, which he said "constantly mocks and denigrates everything about [Trump]."

"I'm Seth Meyers and I'm here to say: if you like Trump, then go away," he said in a pseudo-rap response to Eminem before putting up his middle finger. 

The famous Detroit rapper released a freestyle, "The Storm," at the BET Awards on Tuesday night. In the video, which quickly went viral, Eminem rapped a message to any of his fans who still support the president. 

"And if you can’t decide who you like more and you’re split on who you should stand beside, I'll do it for you with this. F*** you!" he rapped, giving the middle finger to the camera.

In June, Meyers flipped off Trump on-camera, responding to reports that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson received similar treatment on a trip to New Zealand.

Watch the clip above.

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