Guess who's back? You guessed it, Marshall Matthers, better known as Shill Shady has crawled out from under whatever rock he's been hiding under to collect a quick check in exchange for the numerous virtue points he just earned. This guy was always a talentless hack, but has been a fucking sellout for just as long. Shady is no better than any other virtue signalling celebrity who claims to be the a moral beacon after years of homophobic slurs, lyrics about domestic abuse, murdering his wife and rape. I mean, this is a guy who wrote multiple songs about torturing the mother of his child and put his child's name in it. I'm sure that was really healthy for the kid to grow up hearing all her friends play, huh?
Now, I personally couldn't have given less of a fuck about Eminem until he tried to take the moral high ground. Now he just looks like a 50 year old lesbian crackhead playing the part of the bandwagon hypocrite. I called this years ago though. I'll never forget after coming under fire for using homophobic slurs like "faggot" in his lyrics for years he came out as a strong supporter of Elton John. Shady is just that, a shady guy who is willing to say what will put food on the table and drugs in his veins. Predictably enough, this Trump tirade comes only weeks before Eminem's new album is to be released. The "rap artist," lookinng like a methhead version of Ellen Degeneres before makeup, shows up in the "slam poetry video" struggling with his words and flow. I think my favorite part personally though was the seven or so black guys standing around as he flounders looking <i>muy</i> non-plussed.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">So Eminem made a rap about Trump. Doesn’t he also rap about killing his mom; killing gays; raping women; and killing his ex wife?……</p>— John P. Acquaviva (@IAm2skilled) <a href="https://twitter.com/IAm2skilled/status/918526055157239808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">October 12, 2017</a></blockquote>
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"Shady," like Weinstein, knows all too well that the best way to get the heat off of yourself for your bad behavior is to focus on the perceived ills and evils of others. Luckily, the world class autists at /pol/ have put together a response to Eminem's weak ass diss. Hearkening back to the glory days of the Time magazine precision hack (Marblecake, also the game) /pol/ even managed to hide a cypher in their track:
The haters will keep trying
Haha i ignore them and they keep crying
Eminem's pussy is drying.
Before all this bullshit the raps would be fire
Eminem i admired you but now you're just a liar that is expired. Oh you're fired.
Shit man what is happening to this world
The oval office is my new home i'm curled.
Politics should be left out in art what's the point?
Rich actors, rich musicians, degenerate people smoking a joint.
Einstein would turn in his grave.
Science doesn't seem important anymore.
I want to cry and hide in a cave.
Donald Trump got this though, chant with me. four more.
Eminem had his 10minute fame
No more bullshit you're lame.
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<i>Daily Beast</i> <a href="https://www.thedailybeast.com/eminems-anti-trump-rap-pits-whiteness-against-itself-7?via=twitter_page">makes a good point</a> about the irony.
<blockquote>It’s a classic pop culture strategy. You say or do something provocative and shocking—rap about extreme violence or wear a dress made entirely of meat or make a video where you make out with Jesus. This makes people who aren’t in your fanbase get angry and denounce you as if you are bringing about the ruination of America. And when this out-group attacks you, the transgressive star, that makes your fanbase, your in-group, feel attacked and band together more intensely.</blockquote>