Eminem proves the doubters wrong


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LOS ANGELES – JAN 30: Eminem, Marshall Bruce Mathers III at the 50 Cent Star Ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 30, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA (Newscom TagID: khphotos785913.jpg) [Photo via Newscom]

Aaron Ayala, staff writer

Marshall Bruce Mathers III, also known as Eminem, is a very popular and known music artist, lyrical genius and talented rapper.

As most people view him as crazy and very exotic in the rap game, they are correct. Eminem has many personas — Slim Shady, Eminem and back in the day was also known as B. Rabbit. Eminem had a very rough  childhood. His dad was a deadbeat and his mom abused him.

Eminem had a rough time in school. He was considered special ed and was taught in a way for the learning disabled. Eminem had a very traumatic past and that’s what makes him the way he is when he raps in his music.

A release from his recent album, “Music To Be Murdered By”, Leaving Heaven. Explains how he used to live, and how he was treated. Not just his childhood, he had other experiences that had left him either scarred or bruised, another song explaining how he dealt with the pain of his daughter’s mom, who left her and him and expresses the sorry that he felt about the situation almost directly to his daughter Hailey.

Eminem used to live in a trailer home with his mom and his daughter, and another reference, is 8 Mile, a movie created to explain what Eminem’s life was like, and along with his famous scenes, which are also known as the ending rap battles. B. Rabbit competes in a freestyling contest against some of his biggest rivals, for example, Papa Doc, which is also known as Clarence in the movie who is played by Anthiny Mackie.

Eminem has faced big bumps and had to rub dirt on many of his bruises, but he is now prospering and proving everyone who doubted him wrong everyday and making money.