Eminem on Friday dropped an 11-minute freestyle rap that reignited his rivalry with pop star Christina Aguilera.
The Detroit rapper and the “Genie in a Bottle” singer’s rivalry began in 2000, when Eminem claimed in the song “The Real Slim Shady” Aguilera performed oral sex on then-“TRL” Carson Daly and rocker Fred Durst. He also lashed out at her for disapproving his lyrics against his then-wife Kimberly Scott.
Eminem brought back the feud last week with crude lyrics in the song “Kick Off.”
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“F—k Christina with a plastic spoon. While I bump some G-funk and blast some Snoop. ‘Cause her double-G cups are massive, huge! It’s fun for me to just to grab a boob. Plus my penis got an attitude. My f—-n’ weiner’s in a combative mood,” he rapped.
The lyrics set social media alight, with plenty of people coming to the defense of Aguilera.
“Eminem being an irrespectful (sic) misogynist d–k to Christina Aguilera AGAIN almost 20 years later and even when she’s a mother of two now is too low even for him,” one Twitter user said.
Aguilera wasn’t the only pop star in Eminem’s crosshairs. He also mentions Reese Witherspoon, Justin Bieber and touches on Ariana Grande and the Manchester bombing.
“Seeing Ariana Grande sing her last song of the evening. And as the audience from the damn concert is leaving. Detonates the device strapped to his abdominal region. I’m not gonna finish that for obvious reasons.”
Charlotte Hodgson, whose 15-year-old daughter died in the Manchester attack, slammed Eminem’s lyrics as “disgusting” and “disrespectful,” according to the Manchester Evening News.
“I didn’t think anybody could do this and be so disrespectful to us all. It’s vile and he is a vile human for doing it,” she told the newspaper.
“Why would anyone want to listen to it for entertainment? Ariana did a very respectful song in memory of everyone there and that was lovely, a fantastic gesture, as she was involved too, but why would people want to make money out of such an horrific event?”
Eminem hasn’t responded to the criticism.