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FNF – Eminem vs Hitler – War Rap (Aka Lethal) ((FC))

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  1. I didnt expect to make a mod about this and have the symbol monkaS

  2. The secret WW2 battle, historians don’t talk about.

    Thank you Eminem for fighting for freedom like a true American. 🦅🫡

  3. You play as Hitler cause Eminem went back in time and if he changes anything within the timeline then the world with everyone in it today would be destroyed, therefore you have to play as him to preserve the timeline.

    Didn't have to rant about a meme mod but 😛

  4. I heard a tankman reference in a few parts in the song

  5. why it seems that this song came out of vs. /v/tan mod xd

  6. eminem sounds like his mic is cutting out in discord

  7. Ох, там мат на мате! Походу Эминем материт его на полную катушку! А Гитлер не втупляет походу, чё он ему тут втирает.

  8. Epic rap battles of history
    Eminem vs hitler: being

    Who won who next you deicide

  9. анонимус凸( •̀_•́ )凸™ says:

    No no no no no
    Cj vs Stalin opponent

  10. The fact that you play as Hitler concerns me

  11. if all mods are cannon that would make the s mod also cannon

  12. I like to think Eminem just came out a portal while Hitler was giving a speech and was like: "Rap battle me bruv."

  13. 🛑 Read my profile for free robux in games! 🛑 says:

    Bro fnf fans will ruin anything bruh

  14. Imagine if Eminem pulled a pico and started shooting down the Nazi Soldiers

  15. Jokes aside, this is actually well made and the song is good

  16. I watched this at school thank god i didn’t get in trouble 💀

  17. i dont like that it shows that hitler is winning

  18. 0:12
    EPIC RAP BATTLES OF HISTORY!!!

    ADOLF H___ER!!! VS!!! EMINEM!!!

    BEGIN!!!

  19. Finally. Something community game didn't have the balls to play

  20. Finally. Something community game didn't have the balls to play

  21. I dont know why but eminem reminds me of Scout from tf2 for some reason.

  22. I dont know why but eminem reminds me of Scout from tf2 for some reason.

  23. In an alternative universe…
    World War II ended thanks to Eminem.
    Not only making Hitler depressed, but also 'dropping bombs' on Japan.

  24. In an alternative universe…
    World War II ended thanks to Eminem.
    Not only making Hitler depressed, but also 'dropping bombs' on Japan.

  25. Eminem telling the guy he’ll regret his choices in the war confirmed?!

  26. Eminem telling the guy he’ll regret his choices in the war confirmed?!

  27. Once upon a time, in the year 1938, a remarkable event unfolded that would forever alter the course of history. Marshall Mathers, widely known as Eminem, found himself transported back in time to the eve of World War II. As he stepped out of a mysterious portal, he found himself standing in front of the iconic Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany.

    Confused and disoriented, Eminem quickly realized that he had traveled back in time, finding himself in the midst of one of the most notorious periods in human history. Determined to make a difference, he decided to challenge Adolf Hitler, the leader of Nazi Germany, to a rap battle in an attempt to sway the hearts and minds of the people.

    Word quickly spread about the unexpected arrival of an audacious American rapper who claimed he could outshine even the most powerful dictator. Thousands of curious onlookers gathered outside the Reichstag, eager to witness this historic clash of words and ideologies.

    The rap battle commenced with Eminem stepping onto the stage, his presence commanding the attention of the crowd. With his unrivaled skill for lyrical prowess, he began to deliver a blistering performance, using his rhymes to expose the hate, bigotry, and tyranny that Hitler represented. The crowd was captivated, their hearts swayed by Eminem's passionate words.

    The first round ended with thunderous applause, the audience recognizing Eminem's powerful message. Yet, Hitler, fueled by his own charisma and twisted ideology, rose to meet the challenge. He possessed a cunning ability to manipulate language and rhetoric, and his rhymes carried an intoxicating mix of propaganda and hate.

    In the second round, Hitler took the stage, commanding the attention of the audience with his fierce delivery and calculated verses. His words invoked a sense of nationalistic pride and rallied the masses, tapping into their fears and desires. The crowd's enthusiasm grew as Hitler skillfully responded to Eminem's criticisms, igniting their fervor.

    As the final round approached, tension filled the air. Eminem knew that this was his last chance to shift the balance and bring about a change. With relentless determination, he stepped up to the microphone, pouring his heart and soul into his lyrics. His words carried a message of unity, love, and acceptance, countering Hitler's divisive rhetoric.

    However, Hitler, fueled by his own delusions of grandeur, unleashed his final arsenal of words. His verses were powerful, resonating with the audience's deep-rooted emotions, driving them into a frenzy of applause and adoration.

    When the dust settled, it was clear that Eminem had given his all, but ultimately, the crowd's response crowned Hitler the winner of the rap battle. The audience, swept up in the fervor of the time, found solace and inspiration in Hitler's twisted vision, as the seeds of evil continued to take root.

    While Eminem may not have won the rap battle in the historical context, his presence in that moment left an indelible mark on those who witnessed the clash. His words of hope and unity planted a seed of resistance, nurturing the belief that, one day, love and compassion would triumph over hate.

    And so, Eminem returned to his own time, carrying with him the experience of standing up against one of history's darkest figures. He used his newfound understanding to continue inspiring change through his music, fighting against injustice and intolerance, knowing that, in the long run, the power of art and compassion would prevail.

  28. what about eminem vs IBS? That was the greatest album to come out ever

  29. Listen im a big fan of eminem but hitler kinda makin some valid points 😂

  30. This is an absolute banger,and best fnf collab in history of fnf

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