Hip Hop star Eminem has said that he is so “embarrassed” that he was born white, that it makes him “want to check out of life” because he “can’t escape” his own race.The 45-year-old Caucasian rapper, whose estimated worth is around $190 million, cites his experience of the victimization of people in black neighborhoods by white police officers as one of the reasons behind his hatred of being white.Despite filling his songs with Trump-bashing lyrics, or his attempts to jump on the anti-white bandwagon, that’s extremely popular among white liberals these days, Eminem’s latest album “Revival” has been panned by critics.In October, the rapper, real name Marshall Mathers, releases a freestyle rap video to promote his upcoming record, in which he attacked Donald Trump by accusing the president of being a racist.He later went on to expand on his comments by likening Trump to Adolf Hitler.
TDS reports: Music reviewer Chase McMullen said Eminem’s “crusade on Trump and white privilege is fiery and perhaps admirable,” but added: “It’s truly unfortunate the music behind the ideas makes Revival the most abrasive and unlistenable he’s ever sounded.”While Eminem’s music was perhaps edgy at one time in the 90’s, his song “Untouchable,” which appears to be the most popular song on his new album, pushes the same black victimization narrative you could hear repeated without controversy in any Fortune 500 boardroom.The song opens with high-pitched, out of tune whining:“Black boy, black boy, we ain’t gonna lie to you, black boy, black boy, we don’t like the sight of you. Pull up on the side of you, window rolled down, ‘profile’, then we wonder why we see this side of YEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWW,” Eminem screeches.
How Eminem and co. thought his new “wokeness” would mix successfully with the same old ludicrous murderous and sexist antics may boggle the mind, but the question is ultimately needless. Revival is so uninspired and lost that picking it apart is a hopeless affair.Naturally, Eminem’s rants could all be reduced to, “I swear when I get up / I’m never gonna let up til everybody eats my turds.” This is a 45-year-old man.He uses this on the hook, no less.Eminem has made a career out of feeling persecuted and unappreciated, and for years now he’s been barking at a nonexistent detractor, only to completely misunderstand why his audience has grown weary.Revival ends with the sound of a toilet flushing.Nothing could be more telling.