Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Eminem blasts Lady Gaga

The Detroit rapper impugns Gaga's sexual identity.

Eminem blasts Lady Gaga

Eminem´s not sure if she´s a boy or a girl.
Eminem's not sure if she's a boy or a girl.

 What rhymes with “misogynist”?

Eminem can’t seem to help himself. He likes to drop the nasty on female pop stars. The Detroit rapper has gone after just about every high-profile girl singer, from Britney Spears to Mariah Carey.

He’s saved the ultimate insult for Lady Gaga – implying that she’s no lady at all.

Em’s latest project, a collaboration with rapper Royce da 5’9” that they’re calling Bad Meets Evil, is supposed to release its first CD next week. But tracks leaked online over the weekend, including “A Kiss”.

On it, Slim Shady declaims, “Tell Lady Gaga she can quit her job at the post office/She’s still a male lady.” And just in case you missed the implication, he goes on to make an unmistakable reference to Gaga’s anatomy.

Katy Perry is also referenced on the song but she gets off rather lightly.

We don’t care if you’re the President of the Female-Haters club, Mr. Mathers. Don’t you dare say anything about Susan Boyle.

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