|Eminem ain't nothing but a BITCH!! and I got proof!!!
||[23 Jan 2003|01:13am]
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But like many other rappers, Eminem's rise to stardom was far from easy. After being born in Kansas City and traveling back and forth between KC and the Detroit metropolitan area, Eminem and his mother moved into the Eastside of Detroit when he was 12. Switching schools every two to three months made it difficult to make friends, graduate and to stay out of trouble.
Eminem released his debut album, Infinite, in 1996. Desperate to be embraced by the Motor City's hip-hop scene, Eminem rapped in such a manner that he was accused of sounding like Nas and AZ.
Before he had the world singing along to "My Name Is ?," he was Marshall Mathers, a poor kid growing up in Warren, Mich. "It's like the real, stereotypical, trailer park, white trash," Eminem told Rap Pages earlier this year. As a child, he and his mother moved constantly, staying at relatives' homes in places as disparate as Warren and Kansas City, Mo. As a result, Marshall found it difficult to make friends, and he retreated into his comic books and television. "I didn't really start opening up until eighth grade, going into ninth," he said.
When Mathers was 12, his mother finally settled down on the east side of Detroit. There, he attended Lincoln Junior High School and Osbourne High School, hanging out with friends and listening to artists like LL Cool J and the 2 Live Crew. He battled against other rappers at his high school, and quickly gained a reputation as a nimble rhymer. But his penchant for skipping school led him to fail the ninth grade. After dropping out of high school, he held down several odd jobs, while continuing to work on his craft. "I tried to go back to school five years ago," he said, "but I couldn't do it. I just wanted to rap and be a star one day."
Insane Clown Posse (ICP) : This rivalry is said to be longer than any of Eminem's other disputes. It is said to have begun sometime during 1995. Apparently, Marshall was handing out flyers to a party where he would be performing and on the flyers it mentioned that there might be an appearance by the Insane Clown Posse (ICP). This is mentioned in ICP's latest diss to Eminem, Nothing But A Bitch Thang: "I remember yo ass at St. Andrews hall handing out yo flyers, 'come one come all come to my show'. I looked at it WHAT right there, Insane Clown Posse might show up. What the fuck kind of rapper could be that lame, only way you draw people is to use our name, I could have just fucked you up right there, but I let it pass, I felt bad for ya bitch ass." One of the members of ICP saw this and told Em to Fuck Off. This must have started the whole rivalry and since then both parties have exchanged disses back and forth in their songs.
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Feminem continually disses his own fans. The fans that he has are so stupid that they continue beings fans despite that fact. The only thing Feminem cares about is money and popularity. Feminem does not create music with his co-writers for his fans, he does it to make more money. He released his album, The Eminem Show weeks early because people were already downloading it on the Internet. He didn't want to lose any money because of the downloads. Feminem doesn't care about his fans because he knows they are stupid enough to endure any abuse from him. There are so many of these brainless, sell-out & mainstream Femi-Fans, that it doesn't matter to him if he loses a few here and there. All he cares about is his money and his mainstream popularity.
Feminem has taken many good ideas from underground music groups such as the Insane Clown Posse and Twiztid, and used these ideas himself. This can easily be seen in his album, The Eminem Show, which is a flagrant rip-off of "The Shaggy Show" on ICP's album The Amazing Jeckel Brothers released in 1999. Snoop Dogg was a guest performer on this song, and he obviously commented to Feminem about how awesome it was, and Feminem proceeded to claim the concept as his own. With his weak album The Eminem Show, Feminem is playing off of the whole "Carnival" idea that ICP has been using since day one. Feminem has also stolen the whole Batman & Robin skit from fellow Psychopathic group, Twiztid. Twiztid has been down with Batman & Robin long before Feminem ever used that idea in his "Without Me" video. By all rights, Twiztid should receive those music video awards. Without the underground to steal from, Feminem is without good ideas.