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Foreign Got away with dissing other artists because he’s white says corrupt Eminem’s skin color has allowed him to get away with a lot of things in his career according to corrupt including dissing his musical peers the dog pound rapper sat down for an interview with the art

Of dialogue where he was asked about Mel Mel’s recent controversial comments about Slim Shady who he said is only considered a top rapper because he’s white the Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five Pioneers remarks came after M was ranked number five on Billboard’s top 50 greatest rappers of all time list ahead

Of the Notorious BIG Lil Wayne Andre 3000 and others corrupt initially responded by disagreeing with Maumelle arguing Eminem’s skills on the mic are Undisputed regardless of his race that’s his opinion that’s not our opinion he said the way Dr Dre took Eminem’s subject matter-wise is one thing the way Eminem

Rocked he’s a battle rapper so he’s hip-hop no matter what color he is Dr Dre took him in this way so that has no bearing on his skill his skills are renowned he added but that’s male male’s feel on it melmel is an icon of hip-hop remember he’s the original hip-hop so

Male male speaks from that standpoint for my generation hey Eminem is our monster his color is irrelevant however the west coast rap veteran who Eminem named as one of his favorite MCS on 2002’s Till I Collapse later acknowledged that melmel was right about one thing regarding the self-proclaimed

Rap God’s White Privilege he does have a point Eminem being white he added he might have got away with a lot of things like him talking about all these different artists and you know what I’m saying and not having no backlash to where he’s blackballed but not from his skill

Being white had nothing to do with his skills but he might have got away with a lot of things we got away with a lot of things once we became successful once you’re successful you can do whatever you want and the game accepts it because they

Make money off of what you’re doing so they give you that pass Eminem has ruffled plenty of feathers throughout his career both within and Beyond hip-hop his initial rise to stardom in the late 90s saw him poke fun at Pop Culture figures like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera most notably in his

Music video for The Real Slim Shady more bitter feuds followed in the 2000s including with Ja Rule Everlast cannibus Mariah Carey Insane Clown Posse Benzino and The Source magazine his lauded lyrics have also been laced with shots at sitting presidents the lgbtq plus community and his mother Debbie Mathers and ex-wife Kim Scott

Eminem has never shied away from acknowledging the advantage that his skin color has afforded him though let’s do the math if I was black I would have sold half slash I ain’t have to graduate from Lincoln High School to know that he famously wrapped on 2002’s White America

His verse continued when I was underground no one gave a I was white slash No Labels wanted to sign me almost gave up I was like slush it until I met Dre the only one to look past slash gave me a chance and I lit a

Fire up under his ass slash helped him get back to the top every fan black that I got slash was probably his in exchange for every white fan that he’s got slash like damn we just swapped sitting back looking at wow slash I’m like my skin is starting to work to my benefit

Now in a revealing cover story for XXL last year Eminem admitted that he was hurt by the white rapper criticism he faced early in his career when things started happening for me I was getting a lot of heat being a white rapper and XXL wrote something about that he wrote

I remember going to one of those newsstands in New York when the magazine had just started out and I bought that and a couple of other rap magazines I flipped to the last page first in XXL was dissing me what the I don’t even know if I

Read the whole article I was used to reading things like that about me but it hurt because I felt they didn’t know me to make that kind of judgment coming up I had to deal with that a lot I wanted to be respectful because what I do is black music

I knew I was coming into it as a guest in the house and XXL The Source wrap pages and Vibe were hip-hop Bibles at the time he continued I understood at the same time everybody’s perception of a white guy coming into hip-hop and all of a sudden things start happening for him

So if XXL would have even had a conversation with me maybe they would have understood me more

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  1. @juniorquintero9251 says

    Fuck your guide lines… if you can’t take a diss then fuck off 😂😂😂 pussy

  2. @aminuismail438 says

    Mel Mel 😂

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