Odd Future, whose lead rapper is Justin Bieber’s buddy, Tyler the Creator, has been banned from New Zealand because they were viewed as a terrorist threat!
News outlets in NZ are reporting;
Odd Future was to play at Rapture 2014 in Auckland – a concert in which Eminem is the headline act. Immigration New Zealand said the band has incited violence in the past, including a riot in which a police officer had to be hospitalized. Continue reading →
Some are calling Eminem‘s new song the best rap ever, but we’re calling it homophobic. What else could the take away be with lines like, “break a table over the backs of a few faggots..” ??? Even with dubious lyrics, the track is still being touted by major press outlets as the next biggest thing since sliced hatred.. The video was recently featured on TIME and they dubbed the track “DIVINELY immortal!” Really? We say, Divinely hateful..
Either Eminem was high on drugs or he should have been high on drugs. 8 Mile himself, appearing with Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit LIVE on the halftime show – seemingly high – or maybe, just maybe, revealing to the world he is not only inept at live TV, but also painfully human..
EM showed up during halftime of Saturday night’s Michigan-Notre Dame game to promote his new album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” but, by the looks of this clip, he may have done more harm to his rep, than good..
Eminem just pulled a Beyonce by not only forbidding the BBC from broadcasting his headline performance at the Reading Festival, but also for reportedly lip syncing the entire show.. A process the Brits call, “miming.”Continue reading →
If you talk some smack about Nick Cannon’s wife or Kim Kardashian, you will sell 608,000 records in one week. That was at least one of the controversial techniques Eminem used in promoting his new record “Relapse”. The first new release from the multiplatinum rapper in 4 years successfully knocked Green Day out of the top position and cemented his place at the top of the charts. Bad publicity is still publicity … Continue Reading Post
Actually, is he even going by the name Slim Shady anymore? Or is he doing a Lil Bow Wow and dropping the Lil, but in his case just calling himself Eminem. Either way, he’s back and on the cover of XXL magazine. In the issue Marshall Mathers gives hip-hop artists, Lil Wayne and T.I, their props for making rap music more creative and powerful. The article reads: