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Eminem Responds To Gen Z Attempts To Cancel Him In New Song

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Eminem Responds To Gen Z Attempts To Cancel Him In New Song

Eminem has responded to Gen Z attempts to cancel him in a new track.

The 49-year-old is widely regarded as one of the best rappers of all time, but the younger generation have been spearheading a movement to remove him from the mainstream, taking umbrage with lyrics which have been deemed homophobic, misogynistic and violent.

Eminem has hit out at Gen Z. Credit: Alamy
Eminem has hit out at Gen Z. Credit: Alamy

But the rapper - real name Marshall Mathers - seems unperturbed by all of this.

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He features in a verse on a new remix of Cordae's 'Parables' and he took the opportunity to snap back at Gen Z.

In his first music of the year, Eminem raps: "Whipped Gen Z into a frenzy, but no give is in me, I'm stingy / And that is the motherf***in' difference between them and me."

You can listen to the song here:

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This beef between Eminem and an entire generation was whipped up last March when a TikToker called for him to be cancelled over lyrics in the 2010 banger Love The Way You Lie, featuring Rihanna.

Highlighting the lyrics 'If she ever tries to f***king leave again, I'ma tie her to the bed and set this house on fire', the TikToker helped to get #canceleminem trending.

Eminem responded at the time, sharing an animated video for his 2020 track 'Tone Deaf', which featured on album Music to Be Murdered By – Side B.

In the song, he raps: "I can't understand a word you say (I'm tone-deaf) / I think this way I prefer to stay (I'm tone-deaf) / I won't stop even when my hair turns grey (I'm tone-deaf) / 'Cause they won't stop until they cancel me."

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Last month, he reignited his feud with Machine Gun Kelly, with fans noticing a subtle dig in a Dr Dre song

Dr Dre has shared new tracks from GTA Online’s expansion The Contract, having collaborated with the likes of Anderson .Paak and Snoop Dogg.  

In 'Gospel', we hear Eminem rap about his beef with Machine Gun Kelly, as he says: "Like clothes in between the two roll is a weight / Know, what I'm in is flow, interwoven, I treat 'em like thread / That's how I wound up sewin' machine up." 

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After hearing the song, many fans took to social media to note how Slim Shady was 'once again dissing MGK'.

At the moment though, MGK is seemingly a little preoccupied with getting engaged to Megan Fox - who incidentally featured in the 'Love The Way You Lie' music video.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Music, Eminem

Jake Massey
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