Eminem unleashed a ferocious new freestyle and it’s sure to have people talking.
On Thursday (July 23), the Detroit MC hit "Sway In The Morning" to deliver his latest rhymes, as reported by Sway's Universe.
And yes, just as he’s done throughout his career, Slim Shady delivered some offensive lines about public figures. In this case, his raps took aim at Caitlyn Jenner.
"This a true statement, I see the bitch in you, Caitlyn,” he rapped in the lengthy a cappella free. "I keep the pistol tucked like Bruce Jenner’s d--k / No disrespect though, not at all / No pun intended, that took a lot of balls.”
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Jenner isn’t the only person who was dissed in this freestyle. The rhyme also mentions a slew of other stars. Here's a brief recap of just some of those celebs he names: Brandy, Miley Cyrus, Janet Jackson, Amanda Bynes, Hillary Clinton, Trina, Angelina Jolie, Scarlett Johansson, Rita Ora, Azealia Banks and Bill Cosby.
Of course, Em's got a history of dissing celebs. In the past, he's also aimed rhymes at Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Gianni Versace, Pamela Anderson, Jennifer Lopez, Insane Clown Posse and even his longtime mentor and producer Dr. Dre.
"The rhyme, by the way, it's all in fun," Eminem said after spitting the freestyle. "I just say sh-t to say it. I don't even know if there's anything...It's one of them things that's not...It's very rarely, very rarely personal. Put it this way, if it was ever personal, someone would know it. It's all in fun."
In 2013, Em spoke about his controversial rhymes with MTV News. "I rap to get a reaction," he said. "I would rather have some kind of reaction and if my music sparks debates or conversations - be it right or be it wrong or whatever - I'd rather have it get a bad reaction than no reaction. No reaction sucks."
That same year, Eminem also denied being transphobic. "The real me sitting here right now talking to you has no issues with gay, straight, transgender, at all," he told Rolling Stone. "I’m glad we live in a time where it’s really starting to feel like people can live their lives and express themselves.”
Eminem's promoting his work on "Southpaw's" official soundtrack. The album - just like the movie - is slated to be released tomorrow.