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Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly are beefing and it’s time to grab the flavorless popcorn. After two weeks at each other’s throats over a beef that can be traced back to at least 2012, Eminem has officially issued the response to MGK’s “Rap Devil” diss. But how did we even get here? Their beef first started cooking when MGK called Eminem’s daughter Hailie “hot as fuck” when she was 16 and he was around 21, though it remained dormant for some years. Em told Sway Calloway earlier this week that he never even heard the comment until a year after the fact, then finally decided to address it in a diss on his surprise album Kamikaze two weeks ago.
However, that wasn’t the real reason he dragged MGK on the album. Instead, he says, it was because of MGK’s longstanding claim that Eminem sabotaged his career early on by having him blackballed at Shady Records and elsewhere, an accusation MGK further detailed in his Kamikaze response, “Rap Devil.” Over a week later, Eminem has decided to lay this feud to bed and released, “Killshot,” which exists to do exactly as its title strategically aims. There are no revelations of a secret child — just some good ol’-fashioned ethering. Let’s run down the most fatal shots from Eminem’s best song in half a decade.
This one hurts twofold: First, it’s Eminem reimagining his biggest hit “Stan,” about an obsessed fan who idolized him to the point of insanity, as if the titular character were actually Kelly and this is who Stan grew up to be. And in doing so, he sons him. It also hurts because, well, you just don’t talk about a dude’s hair, bro.
Did we mention that in these same two weeks, somehow G-Eazy was also involved? It mostly had to do with G-Eazy and Machine Gun Kelly fighting over Eazy’s on-again girlfriend, the singer Halsey, and who slept with whom. Here, Eminem gets in on the drama in his own typically graphic way.
Rude as this song is to Kelly, it’s almost even ruder to the folks who catch stray bullets elsewhere. One of them being the forgotten rapper Shwayze, who had that one “hit” then disappeared from wherever he came from. In reviving that dude’s name, Eminem is threatening to also send Kelly into irrelevance with just one phone call, which is all the more cruel for being believable.
Would it be a rap beef without dredging up old conspiracies from the most fabled rap beef of all time? Eminem is making a play on words here by bringing up the long-believed theory that Diddy arranged for Tupac to be murdered as part of his East Coast allegiance to Biggie. And because both murders have never been solved (Johnny Depp and Josh Duhamel’s best efforts be damned), well, hey, never say never. Of course, Eminem ends the whole response by cutting in to say he’s just joking and it’s all love between him and Diddy. It’s the only line in this whole diss he doesn’t want you to take seriously.
The meat of this beef is simple: MGK thought he could buy himself attention by attacking his hero for letting him down by aging ungracefully, which has then backfired by reinvigorating said hero to the point that he’s impassioned and skilled enough to operate as he would have in his prime. Eminem has multiple jabs on this track about how age ain’t nothing but a number and as washed up as MGK thinks Eminem is, MGK’s looking like the geriatric rapper whose career is on life support:
“Ow, Kelly, ooh, but I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you /By 29, I had three albums that blew”
“My biggest flops are your your greatest hits”
“Cause as long as he knows I’m Shady, he’s gon’ have to live in my shadow”
Remember those stray bullets? Not even Iggy Azalea, an innocent bystander in this vanilla vortex ( for once), is safe.
Eminem won’t admit that he sabotaged MGK’s career, but he’s not afraid to dangle the fact that he’s always had the power to make or break it if he wanted to right in Kelly’s face. And, somehow, that’s gotta sting even worse knowing someone else could either help or hurt you at their own will and has happily chosen the latter.
As if we’d make it out of an Eminem rap without at least one dick joke. Please.
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As Slim Shady and Eminem, Marshall Mathers feeds on gleeful shit-stirring and trickster shock-tactics. But away from the mic, he claims there’s a kindler soul behind the persona. So is Eminem whatever he says he is, or did he lose himself in the music? Read below for his most revealing quotes and decide for yourself.
Eminem was at his best teasing pop culture’s repressed subconscious – not punching down to women and gay men, not cracking rape jokes for a cheap punchline, but playing on our obsessions with celebrity and America’s seedy underbelly that everyone recognises but few in the public eye discuss. If he’s sick enough to think it, he’s sick enough to say it.
Perhaps a less popular pastime than he envisaged, Em’s booger castle nonetheless provides a vivid analogy for the sanctuary to be found in vulnerability, even when your day job is being the most notorious rapper in America.
A major flop for 2010 album ‘Recovery’ could’ve put Em out to pasture: after the sloppy ‘Relapse’ he’d scrambled to save face, blaming his addiction to painkillers. Eventually, the record saw him cling to his credibility among “real” hip-hop fans, and although 80 mil is a way off, a year after release, it did become the first ever album to hit one million digital sales – a decent, ahem, recovery, then.
The late-2000s were a tricky time for the rapper: as peers Jay-Z and Kanye went from strength to strength, at least in entrepreneurial terms, the Detroit man, who’d recently lost his buddy Proof in a shooting, slid further into addiction. Talking up a return to the straight and narrow, he tapped into an eloquence that had been missing from his tunes.
Marshall Mathers’ pockmarked, broken-home upbringing has been well-documented, not least in largely autobiographical biopic 8 Mile. But this frank admission gives an alarmingly poignant insight, even by his standards. “I was poor white trash,” he’d admitted earlier, “no glitter, no glamour, but I’m not ashamed of anything.”
There might be a bit of Slim Shady in all of us, but if only we could all follow this solid slice of Marshall Mathers wisdom, internet comment sections everywhere might be less Slim Shady and more Marshall Mathers.
A well-worn sentiment, but you can never say it enough: scapegoating rap, metal and video games will never fly, especially in countries where gun sales remain totally legit.
For all his furious notepad-filling, Eminem’s rap superpowers didn’t stop him being a social outcast. This perceptive quote gets to the heart of why comic artists wrote shy, marginalised outsider figures with a wellspring of hidden powers: so people like Eminem could locate themselves and learn to harness their own powers.
Let’s face it, the number of musical big shots who could’ve passed as accountants, lawyers or oil barons can be counted on a sign of the horns. Marshall Mathers, who’d look as comfortable in a fly tux as Princess Kate would in trackies, is a shining example of somebody escaping inevitable fuckedness to show us the virtues of good old graft.
A lesson for us all, here: if you want to become of the most notorious figures in music history, getting booed ain’t a bad start. You know how the rest of the story goes: “A week later, a day later, an hour later I got the urge, and I was like, I gotta get up, I gotta do it again.” Lucky for us, it paid off.
Eminem has been making noise recently with his new single 'Survival.' The 40-year-old rapper has been stuck in the headlines since the controversial release of his debut single 'My Name Is' in 1999.
The controversial entertainer has since gone through a public feud with his ex-wife and mother of his child, Kim, and his mother (killing them both in different songs), beefs with Benzino, Ja Rule and Mariah Carey, experienced the death of Proof -- one of his best friend's -- and a drug addiction that almost took his life.
Throughout those times, Slim Shady was never shy to talk to reporters detailing his experiences as they happened, and leaving us entertained in the process. Take a look at some of the craziest and funniest words he's shared during his career. Here are 10 Shocking Eminem Quotes.
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Self-acclaimed by the word “Rap God”; Eminem is the real rap God for the budding rappers. He is the lyrical genius whose music has touched the hearts of millions. His lyrics has given hope and inspiration to the people who think about quitting up early.
His most inspirational raps like; Lose Yourself, Till I collapse always pump me up to work even harder for my ambitions in life.
Before actually coming to the limelight, Eminem’s story itself is inspirational. And after going through many hardships in life, he became one most successful rapper.
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Marshall Bruce Mathers III, known professionally as Eminem, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and actor. 20th Eminem Quote –“Don't let them tell you ain't beautiful. .. Image Credit: Getty Images.