Eminem’s freestyle rap slurs Caitlyn Jenner

24 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘I see the b—- in you’: Eminem attacks Caitlyn Jenner in new rap.

The Lose Yourself rapper was on the show to promote his soundtrack for Jake Gyllenhaal’s new boxing film Southpaw when he proved he’s still got it when it comes to thinking up lyrics on the spot.Eminem isn’t the first person you’d associate with the word ‘compassionate’ so his regular barbed attacks on celebrities shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise.

The 42-year-old rapper made the comments during a freestyle rap on Thursday morning’s episode of Sway in the Morning, a show broadcast on his own radio station, Shade 45. Blasting Caitlyn – who was known as Bruce Jenner before her transition – he spilled: ‘I invented prick, and that’s a true statement, I see the bitch in you, Caitlyn/ Keep the pistol tucked like Bruce Jenner’s d**k.’ The 42-year-old rapper is not one to shy away from controversy and used issues including Donald Trump’s plans to stop illegal immigrants from entering the US through the Mexican border and even accusations of sexual assault made against Bill Cosby as inspiration. ‘I made monopoly off misogyny. But the rapper, real name Marshall Mathews, has still managed to cause offense in his latest free-style rap, mocking Caitlyn Jenner’s transition as well as ridiculing Bill Cosby, Hilary Clinton, Rita Ora and Angelina Jolie in a blistering take-down. He also took on two of the most controversial men in America at the moment, saying he is as “fucked as Donald Trump” and adding: “No wonder you scoff at me, it’s obvious I’m as off-putting as Bill Cosby is.” Famous names pop up throughout the eight minutes, including the rapper saying he would “backhand” Miley Cyrus and making sexually suggestive comments about Alyssa Milano, Janet Jackson, Brandy and Amanda Bynes. 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.

It’s all in fun.” Ahead of the film’s release, there’s been much speculation over whether NWA would reform for live performances, with rumours earlier this week of Eminem possibly standing in for deceased member Eazy-E. Rappers Jay-Z (6899 words), 2Pac (6596 words) and Kanye West (5069 words) took out the next three places, with acclaimed lyricist Bob Dylan coming in at number five with a unique word count of just 4883. However, representatives for both the Detroit rapper and Dr Dre have told Rolling Stone that “the pair have no plans to tour together either solo or with NWA”.

A newly released trailer for the final instalment of The Hunger Games trilogy gives the greatest indication yet how the film series ends – and it features some sort of weird sewer monster. The trailer for Mockingjay -Part 2 brings Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) to the edge of the Capitol, leading District rebels in an inevitable showdown with President Snow (Donald Sutherland). “‘Our lives were never ours. They belong to Snow and our deaths do too but if you kill him, Katniss, if you end all of this, all those deaths they mean something,” says Peeta (Josh Hutcherson). A series of booby traps lie in wait for the freedom fighters, including a tidal wave of black tar and a floor of flying steel from which Katniss must escape. The film is expected to be the final screen appearance of Philip Seymour Hoffman who plays Plutarch Heavensbee and makes a brief appearance in the trailer.

As is the the habit of Hollywood to squeeze every ounce of drama from book franchises – see Harry Potter, The Hobbit and Twilight – the filmmakers have broken Collins’ Mockingjay book into two. A participant in SBS reality show Go Back Where You Came From has lambasted Jimmy Barnes for asking Reclaim Australia to stop playing his songs at their rallies. We are already living amongst the enemy.” Asked by panel co-host Natarsha Belling if she would say she was a racist, she said she was not. “I believe that we actually need to change the term and the definition.” Vuga also said she believed in equality. She was asked whether she believed Australia was “under attack from refugees”, and she said “we are under attack by terrorists … let in by Labor.” She brought up Martin Place gunman Man Monis, saying that he “definitely didn’t have any mental health problems. Vuga said she felt guilty when she left Kurdish fighters in Syria behind. “I believe we need to have more boots on the ground over there.” And that’s when Waleed Aly finally got his say: “Kim, thank you very much for joining us tonight.”

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