Eminem is known for his ability to create buzz with his lyrics. but this time he might have gone too far by bringing up Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert, not to mention taking aim at Hollywood sweethearts Christina Aguilera and Reese Witherspoon. What do you think of Eminem’s 11 minute freestyle rap?
Warning: This post contains descriptions of rape and other violent imagery. In one section, Eminem raps about Ariana Grande’s May 2017 concert in Manchester where a terrorist detonated a homemade bomb, killing 23 people.
Eminem Raps About Ariana Grande’s Manchester Concert Bombing and Justin Bieber in New Track By & … was loud and clear. The first verse goes so far as to mention the May 22, 2017 bombing in Machester, England at the Ariana Grande concert. Read. … who quickly replied with a diss track of his own. Watch E! News weekday mornings at 7 a.m.!
MGK then hit back with his own diss track called “Rap Devil”, before Em responded with “Killshot”. His MGK diss aside, Em also name drops Ariana Grande on “Unaccommodating”. He mentions the bombing tragedy at her Manchester concert, “But I’m contemplating yelling ‘Bombs away’ on the game/ Like I’m outside of an Ariana Grande concert waiting.”
Eminem Disses Machine Gun Kelly on Surprise Album, Name Drops Ariana Grande 4 hours ago mediabest Entitled ‘Music to Be Murdered By’, the Detroit rapper’s new album also includes a collaboration track with Ed Sheeran as well as a Juice WRLD-featured song.
Eminem just dropped 11 minutes of pure fire. Slim Shady’s latest lengthy freestyle was sans backing track and filmed in The Shelter at St. Andrew’s Hall in his native Detroit, Michigan. The one-man cypher in a bare-bones setting takes a shot at the Apple Watch, and mentions Ariana Grande and
Slim Shady or Marshall Mathers (best known as Eminem) was Not Afraid to stir up some trouble in a brand new track entitled Kick Off. Following the release of his rap-battle drama, Bodied, he felt inspired enough to drop the malicious new single on Friday evening. The 11-minute freestyle was
ARIANA Grande paid tribute to ex Mac Miller’s posthumous album, ignoring Eminem’s Manchester diss about the Manchester concert bombing. Malcolm James McCormick’s family released Circles today, his sixth and final studio album, after he died of an accidental drug overdose in September 2018.