Eminem Gives High School Graduates Set Of Beats Headphones
Eminem made a recorded appearance at a graduation ceremony in Flint, Michigan, to congratulate the students from several local high schools.
Prior to the seniors crossing the stage to graduate, a picture of Eminem flashed onto four large screens high above the arena floor.
"What's up Class of 2017? This is Eminem" he said.
"I just want to say congratulations to the graduating seniors of Flint Northwestern, Flint Southwestern and Flint Accelerated Learning Academy. Congrats to all your guys' hard work, man. You earned this moment."
Watch a video of the appearance here...
It even turns out the entire surprise was Eminem's. He reached out to the schools through his Marshall Mathers Foundation, which helps disadvantaged youngsters in his home state of Michigan.
The rapper's foundation is also going to provide a new set of Beats by Dre headphones to each graduate.
Flint schools Superintendent Bilal Tawwab spoke of the resilience of the students growing up in the area during the ceremony.
According to M Live, Tawwab said: "I would rather bet on a Flint graduate, someone who has been tested by adversity, who has transcended all the obstacles put in their way, than someone who has coasted through life with every advantage.
"You can do anything you want and for the first time in your lives you have the full power to set your own course. From this point on the decisions are yours."
It comes after the hip-hop star shared an appeal on JustGiving in partnership with The Red Cross for victims of the Manchester terror attack.
As well as supporting victims on social media, Eminem also donated an undisclosed amount to the JustGiving page.
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