Eminem slams TikTok campaign trying to ‘cancel him’ for lyrics in

eminem slammed the ongoing tiktok campaign that is trying to “cancel him” over the lyrics of his 2010 song love the way you lie featuring rihanna.

just yesterday, the rapper released a new song in which he criticized tiktok users for fighting against lyrics that are ten years old.

in his new song, eminem, whose real name is marshall mathers, attacks the generation z age group as they banded together to condemn him over rihanna’s song lyrics.

they mainly had a problem with the last verse he sings, “i’m tired of the games, i just want her back, i know i’m a liar / if she ever tries to leave again / i’m gonna tie her to the bed and set this house on fire.”

The lyrics came just a year after Rihanna had an argument with her then-boyfriend, Chris Brown, which left her with bruises on her face.

when the group gen z rediscovered the lyrics, they criticized the rapper for how insensitive he was while promoting domestic violence.

however, the 48-year-old rapper released a song in response called tone deaf.

In the lyrics, he sings: “I can’t understand a word you say (I’m deaf) / I think I’d rather stay this way (I’m deaf) / I won’t stop even when my hair turns gray ( I’m tone deaf) / ‘Cause they won’t stop until they call me off (yeah, yeah).”

eminem has recently been criticized many times for his lyrics with his most recent album featuring lyrics about the boston marathon bombing, which occurred in april 2013 and left three people dead and around 264 people injured.

in the song titled favorite bitch, he raps: “and i know there’s nothing funny about the manchester bombing/ but we have something in common, (what?) we’re both alarmed.”

“disgusting, disgusting and dreadful (yes), so disgusting and ugly (yes) / could give the boston marathon a run for its money, yes / and you could say I’m a little immature.”

after hearing the album, many fans took to twitter to express their frustration with the 48-year-old music star.

one wrote: “i can make the boston marathon run for your money – @eminem hope you know you’re going to get ** in gas crates.”

“no way, eminem calls out stans to ariana grande and criticizes the boston marathon bombing in the same verse. this guy is just built differently,” added another.

while a third added: “i love eminem but this guy really has a bar in his new song that makes fun of the ariana grande concert bombing and then has an explosion noise right after.”

in early 2020, he defended the lyrics of an uninviting line in which he rapped “i’m contemplating yelling ‘bombs away'” in reference to ariana grande’s concert at the manchester arena in 2017.

he insisted that “certain sections” of his songs were “designed to shock the conscience” and “not made for the squeamish”.

on the new album, an extended version of the one released in January that shocked the music world today, also takes aim at billie eilish, who previously said she was “terrified” of the rapper.

on alfred’s topic, he says “but really i’m just fulfilling my wish to kill the rhymes which is really childish and silly but i’m really like that, i’m giving billie eilish nightmares.”

He also reignited his favorite feud with ex-girlfriend Mariah Carey by comparing her to an outcast, in these demons, when he says, “I have a question, what rhymes with outcast?”

on the same album, he apologized to rihanna after claiming in a leaked 2019 song that he “sided with chris brown”.

eminem “wholeheartedly” apologized to rihanna and said it was “wrong” of him to support chris, on the song, zeus, on his surprise new album.

he raps: “but, yo, as long as i promise again to be honest / and with all my heart, apologies, rihanna.

“for that song that leaked, sorry ri / was not meant to cause you pain. regardless, it was a mistake on my part.”

when eminem’s song was leaked, a spokesperson said: “this is a leak of something that is more than 10 years old”.

they added: “after eminem recorded it, he deleted it and rewrote it”.

rihanna’s ex-boyfriend chris pleaded guilty to assault in 2009 and received five years probation and a community service order.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or chat at

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