Eminem mocks Caitlyn Jenner in freestyle radio rap and attacks Bill Cosby

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Eminem Calls Out Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby and Donald Trump in Freestyle Rap.

Eminem spiraled into the demented depths of his brain and returned with an outrageous six-minute freestyle on Sway in the Morning, scorching Bill Cosby, Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner and more with characteristically grotesque grandeur.In case you’ve been living under a rock and have missed the controversial headlines of the past few months, Eminem is here to school you on your current events. “I’m f–ked worse than Donald Trump / On Lexapro in Mexico across from a Texaco in a McDonald’s drunk,” the rapper freestyled, referencing the GOP candidate’s stance on immigration. “I invented prick, and that’s a true statement / I see the b-tch in you, Caitlyn / Keep the pistol tucked like Bruce Jenner’s d–k,” he rapped, before pausing to add, “No disrespect though, not at all / No pun intended, that took a lot of balls.” Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, even called out fellow musicians like Miley Cyrus and rapper French Montana in the nearly eight-minute freestyle. “I’m coming through like a wrecking ball,” he rhymed. “You would swear I think highly of Miley / And I respect her the way I back-’Hannah’ / Excuse my French, Montana / But I am worried about nuttin’.” “I made monopoly off misogyny,” he added at the end of the rap. “No wonder you scoff at me, it’s obvious I’m as off-putting as Bill Cosby is / Treat women like property, possessive like a noun with an apostrophe.” It’s controversial stuff, but almost tame when you take a look back at the rapper’s past lyrics.The controversial rapper certainly didn’t hold back during the slot, using the rap as an opportunity to voice his opinions on in the headlines celebrities including Caitlyn, Bill Crosby and Donald Trump. Despite working without a beat, Em dropped a barrage of stanzas that materialized in the instants between the small, reasonable breathers he allowed himself.

The six-minute impromptu rap also included mentions of Miley Cyrus, Amanda Bynes, Cindy Crawford, Tiffani Amber Thiessen, Rita Ora, Janet Reno and Azealia Banks, among others. He name-checked perennial back-up quarterback Byron Leftwich while warning rivals to stand back; flipped the pronunciation of “backhand her” to sound like “back Hannah” (as in, Montana) while mulling his support of Miley Cyrus; and then dropped this metaphor for his lengthy, successful career: “Since freestyling over ‘Phone Tap,’ my line’s connected / With rhymes that kept in touch with the fans, that’s why the more / bars, the better my reception.” Later. It’s brazenly misogynistic, insensitive and regressive – exactly what you’d expect from an Eminem freestyle, I guess. “It’s very rarely, very rarely personal”. He is one of the world’s biggest selling artists, having sold more than 155 million albums and singles, and now, a recent analysis of the vocabulary used by top-selling artists confirms that Eminem is a lyrical madman, beating out artists such as Kanye, Tupac, Bob Dylan and the Beatles for having the widest vocabulary.

Their study determined that Marshall Mathers has over 8000 unique words in his repertoire, almost double Bob Dylan’s (4,883) and over four times more than the Beatles (1,872). The LP was released via Em’s Shady Records and boasts two new tracks from the rapper, “Phenomenal” and “Kings Never Die.” 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again. Eminem’s adoration for Shakur was detailed in a recently discovered letter that he wrote late rapper’s mother, a previous inquisitr article details.

Jake Gyllenhaal recently revealed that he stepped up to play a boxing champ in the movie Southpaw after Eminem dropped out due to scheduling and work conflicts. Eminem’s life growing up in Detroit, his struggle with the death of his best friend and his close relationship with his daughter were used as inspiration for the story.

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