Eminem hardly makes an appearance on social media. But on Wednesday (Aug. 28), Em tweeted a cryptic message to his 22 million followers on Twitter.
He wrote that people think that “they want this problem ’til they get it.”
Slim Shady’s mysterious tweet has various speculations about whom that tweet was directed to.
Some claimed that it was aimed at Lord Jamar. He has been quite critical of the Detroit MC.
In the latest VLADTV interview, Jamar said that black people don’t listen to Eminem.
He referenced to the black people, saying that “we don’t listen to Eminem.” He says that we don’t turn on Eminem when going on to the gym or club. Further, he said that “we don’t play him in the club.” However, he can’t speak for “corny places”.
Meanwhile, this incident prompted Em’s friend and fellow Detroit rapper to slam Jamar in an Instagram video.
In the video, Royce said that he feels that Jamar is not qualified to criticize Eminem’s respectability in the field.
Furthermore, like several rappers, Lord Jamar was among the few who dissed on Eminem’s “Fall” from his 2018 album Kamikaze.
In the song, Em delivered several lyrical darts. It was directed at Jamar.
Read Eminem’s cryptic tweet below:
People think they want this problem ’til they get it.
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) August 28, 2019
Eminem is cited as one of the greatest and most influential rappers of all time. He has been labeled the “King of Hip Hop.” He is the recipient of fifteen Grammy Awards. In 2003, MTV’s 22 Greatest Voices in Music list ranked him thirteenth. The Vibe readers named Eminem the Best Rapper Alive in 2008. In addition to that, Eminem is known for his “verbal energy” and lyrical quality.
Eminem has 3 daughters. He was previously married to Kimberly Anne Scott.