Left image via Kaepernick7, right image via JStone /

Less than a week ago, Rap God Eminem treated fans to an unexpected drop with his surprise album Kamikaze, which has quickly risen in music rankings and is predicted to debut at number one on the 15 September-dated Billboard 200 chart.

The unanticipated 10th album release was one thing, its contents was another.

Kamikaze debuted guns blazing with diss tracks taking aim at multiple high-profile personalities and fellow rappers including Donald Trump, Tyler the Creator, Charlamagne tha God, Drake, Joe Budden, and The Grammys.

After poking fun at Kanye West using Nike’s now-famous Colin Kaepernick ad from its 30th anniversary campaign, rapper 50 Cent followed up with another Instagram post to show the sports brand “what [it] should have [done] for the campaign.”

The artiste recreated the “Just Do It” print with Eminem’s face and the words, “Believe in restoring the game. Even if it means destroying all the players.”

On Nike’s end of the court, its ad featuring Kaepernick has already sparked brutal memes, a response from Trump, and burns from customers—literally.

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This is what they should have did for the campaign. 🤨 get the strap #lecheminduroi

A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Sep 5, 2018 at 10:20am PDT

[via Complex and Billboard, main images via Kaepernick7 and JStone /]

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