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Many people have been using an excerpt from the 2005 song on TikTok, but hadn't heard the track in its entirety until now.
Written by Eminem (real name is Marshall Mathers), Luis Resto and Steve King, it's an x-rated tale of a man's x-rated sexual encounter with a 'f***ing babe' - which involves putting animals where you shouldn't.
Here's the chorus:
Owwww, owwww, owwww (Oh, God damn)
I'm gonna f***ing c** (Oh, s***)
Fack, fack, fack (F***, I am)
I am, I'm going to c** (I'm cu***ng)
@themeganrico this song is 18+ please :sob::raised_hand: #eminem #eminemtiktok #fack #wtf
♬ FACK by eminem - meez
Elsewhere in the song, Eminem also suggests you call your sister for a 'three-way', and says he's not gay as he likes 'boobs, boobs, boobs'.
Oh, and then there's the gerbil, too.
After finding out about Eminem's sick bars - and not the good kind - one person tweeted: "Okay just listened to Fack by Eminem all the way through for the first time ever because of TikTok.
"Love the snippet on TikTok however, definitely not a fan of the actual song. I felt so uncomfortable listening to it. He loses me at the gerbil part."
Another said: "Was curious about the song Fack by Eminem when I heard it on TikTok, big mistake."
A third wrote: "Wait Fack by Eminem is a real song? likf this... I thought that was a meme what."
A fourth added: "After listening to Fack by Eminem for the first time, i dont even know how to feel..."
If this has left you desperate to hear the song in its entirety you can listen below, but be warned it does contain strong language and graphic content:
Seeing the song go viral left many, ahem, more seasoned Eminem fans feel 'ancient', also taking to Twitter to speak about their experiences with the tune, which was released on Eminem's 2005 album Curtain Call: The Hits.
One social media user said: "Seeing the TikTok reactions of teens listening to Eminem's Fack properly has been absolutely hilarious."
Another wrote: "This is the generation that posts Fack by Eminem TikTok videos and then try to cancel him as soon as they get past the only clean part of the song."
And if you're still none the wiser about that poor gerbil, let's just say it involves putting it somewhere where the sun definitely doesn't shine... Don't try that at home, folks.
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