EMINEM’S DEADLIEST DISSES
As brutally honest as he’s been about his own problems over the past decade, Em’s been even harder on his fellow celebrities
Eminem introduced the world to his celeb-bashing ways on his 1999 smash first single, ”My Name Is,” claiming to have attacked the buxom actress.
”Will Smith don’t gotta cuss in his raps to sell records,” Em observed of the rapper-turned-actor in 2000’s ”The Real Slim Shady.” ”Well, I do, so f— him and f— you too!”
2000’s ”Marshall Mathers” took on his biggest sales competition: ”I’m anti-Backstreet and Ricky Martin/With instincts to kill ‘N Sync, don’t get me started.”
Confrontations at the 2001 Grammys and 2002 MTV VMAs led to Eminem calling Moby a homophobic slur and mocking his hairline on 2002’s ”Without Me.”
Of all the celeb insults on Eminem’s 2009 single ”We Made You,” the meanest may be this matter-of-fact putdown: ”Damn! I think Kim Kardashian’s a man!”