Eminem’s Rep Addresses His Leaked Lyric Siding With Chris Brown Over Rihanna Assault

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Thursday, 14 November 2019

Eminem’s Rep Addresses His Leaked Lyric Siding With Chris Brown Over Rihanna Assault


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Eminem’s Rep Addresses His Leaked Lyric Siding With Chris Brown Over Rihanna Assault

Warning: This article contains descriptions of violence against women in Eminem’s alleged song lyrics.


Er, it looks like Eminem might have some explaining to do. According to both Complex and E! News, a snippet of a leaked verse from the rapper has been making its way around Twitter and Reddit—and in it Eminem sides with Chris Brown while rapping about Brown’s 2009 assault on Rihanna.


The leaked part is allegedly from recording sessions for Eminem’s 2009 album Relapse, and in it he raps, “Of course I side with Chris Brown, I’d beat a bitch down too.” Complex reports that the song never made it onto Relapse, but that a “different version of it” was released which has references to other instances of violence against famous celebrity women.


Naturally everyone on Twitter is deeply unimpressed and coming to Rihanna's defense:


To think that Rihanna is mainly the sole reason Eminem got brought into the 2010s since she graciously featured him on his own verses.. pic.twitter.com/7IvTfVH0mJ


eminem grown ass really glorifying rihanna abuse for a damn song after my fav lend her vocals to numerous songs for him is disgusting pic.twitter.com/gfgJjHPKZt


She basically gave him two No. 1 hits and helped keep him relevant. Rihanna is unbothered, but this is another item on Eminem’s long, long list of problematic verses and quotes (against women). pic.twitter.com/f29aB31kTS


As Complex notes, Eminem and Rihanna have worked together before on “Love The Way You Lie,” “Numb,” and “The Monster.” They even performed “Love the Way You Lie” at the 2011 Grammy Awards during a medley with Dr. Dre, Skyler Grey, and Adam Levine—and they went on what E! News described as a “mini tour” together in 2014 after the release of “Monster.”


At this point, neither Rihanna nor Eminem have commented on the alleged song lyrics, but stay tuned.


If you or someone you love is a victim of domestic violence and needs help, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE.


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