Author Topic: THE "EMINEM" TRACK  (Read 3302 times)

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #50 on: November 19, 2003, 08:17:17 PM »
when nobody sais shit about shit like the quotes syxx_aka_engies  posted



Correction, I posted the quotes...
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #51 on: November 19, 2003, 08:20:31 PM »


well slave owners owned them, it's a different thing when u got a black girlfriend.. she sure wouldn't have become his girlfriend if he was generally disrespecting blacks and he wouldn't want to have a black girlfirend (not meaning he wouldn't fuck em like even slaveowners did) and treat her like u treat ur girlfriend if he was racist

and I am considering the discrimination against blacks n latinos, that's why I still listen to this music (surely not the menace clan but cube, paris etc) when I would not listen to a white guy with those kinda racist lyrics no matter how much skills he had.. but people are still overeacting, even when it's not meant to be disrespecting like white guys using nigga the way blacks do cuz they have a lot of black homies and they're used to it or shit
I can see your point on the "becoming the girl friend" statement. But, I know plenty of people who get into relationships strictly for sex. We don't know how the relationship was. We don't know if he treated her well. You know what I mean? We can only speculate. Since he even said that's when he was "young and dumb" it's easy to assume the relationship was meaningless.

Em is in an industry dominated by blacks, for those comments to come out of his mouth is shocking. True, they're not as bad as they're being made out to be, they still we said. It's that lack of respect thats really a factor. If D-12 and them are his homies, why make a song like that?
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #52 on: November 19, 2003, 08:27:29 PM »
You guys need to relax...He was just making a song (it was a freestyle actually, not a song) about not liking Black Girls...Shit, I bet if there was a song about a black guy not liking white girls, you guys wouldn't even think twice about it...In fact, there is songs like that...So just STFU, and stop being so ignorant...


BTW, lots of white rappers have said 'nigga' in their songs before...In fact, over half of the white rappers out there have...PeACe
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #53 on: November 19, 2003, 08:31:20 PM »
BTW, lots of white rappers have said 'nigga' in their songs before...In fact, over half of the white rappers out there have...PeACe
Difference is this.

A white emcee who uses the word "nigga" is never in reference to blacks, for the exception of their homies. Like Jedi Mind Tricks, they used the word "nigga" on Violent By Design, but they used in the "friendly" manner. They weren't saying "fuck these niggers." That's a different game when it's used that way.
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #54 on: November 19, 2003, 08:37:06 PM »
BTW, lots of white rappers have said 'nigga' in their songs before...In fact, over half of the white rappers out there have...PeACe
Difference is this.

A white emcee who uses the word "nigga" is never in reference to blacks, for the exception of their homies. Like Jedi Mind Tricks, they used the word "nigga" on Violent By Design, but they used in the "friendly" manner. They weren't saying "fuck these niggers." That's a different game when it's used that way.


I still didn't hear where he said "nigga," I just saw it quoted...
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #55 on: November 19, 2003, 08:47:05 PM »
how do you know he's saying "nigger" and not "nigga" ? does he pronounce it with a redneck accent or somethin?
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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #56 on: November 20, 2003, 12:14:10 AM »
how do you know he's saying "nigger" and not "nigga" ? does he pronounce it with a redneck accent or somethin?


Nobody knows...The track hasn't been posted yet.
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #57 on: November 20, 2003, 12:47:50 AM »
so what are all the tracks on the soundclick page?
army of the pharaohs never make love songs
we finger fuck bitches with freddy krueger gloves on
- celph titled

"lol infact lmao" - Proof of D12

anticipate the shots like obama at the podium
- joe budden
 

Defiance

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #58 on: November 20, 2003, 01:02:03 AM »
so what are all the tracks on the soundclick page?



I only saw 1 on the page posted...I'll check again in a minute.
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #59 on: November 20, 2003, 01:26:42 AM »
I can see your point on the "becoming the girl friend" statement. But, I know plenty of people who get into relationships strictly for sex. We don't know how the relationship was. We don't know if he treated her well. You know what I mean? We can only speculate. Since he even said that's when he was "young and dumb" it's easy to assume the relationship was meaningless.

Em is in an industry dominated by blacks, for those comments to come out of his mouth is shocking. True, they're not as bad as they're being made out to be, they still we said. It's that lack of respect thats really a factor. If D-12 and them are his homies, why make a song like that?

ya we can only speculate but imo it's pretty obvious, according to the lyrics she probably cheated on him with some black guys and he felt like she was playing him so he said that shit about the money to have an explanation for what she did.. it's just a guess but a racist doesn't have 90% black homies and he'd definatly prefer fuckin a white girl espacially when she's his girlfriend who he's hanging with n shit, racists would probably feel ashamed for having a girlfriend who isn't really worth shit in their mind even if the relationship was just for sex.. another factor was probably that he always received alot of hate from blacks for being the white boy tryin to rap, kinda like in 8 mile.. he said before it often was like that.. of course it's still wrong but it even if it doesn't justify the disrespect it does explain it.. then again I gotta agree on that point about his homies like D12, he shouldn't have done it for the sake of respect for them alone
 

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« Reply #60 on: November 20, 2003, 03:48:07 AM »
lmao @ him "hoping there'll be no double standarts".. the double is right there, making a big deal out of a tape recorded as a kid making fun of his former girlfriend in a wrong way by making it a racist issue (but still it it was obviously out of fruststration, if Em was a racist he wouldn't even have had a black girlfriend) when nobody sais shit about shit like the quotes syxx_aka_engies  posted

To be honest i shouldnt take credit for the post, someone earlier posted a link to it, i just decided to use what was inside the link to show Lincoln the fantasy world he lives in

Fine if these guys were rappin about "we need jobs, we need education, we need less gang's, we need to get out the ghetto" thats better ment of black's right there

but to say "kill a white baby" is just as a bad if not worse than some of the Neo Nazi's & KKK members say. & from readin many of Lincolns posts, he is one of those guys who will never listen to any argument that doesnt support his opinion because he is stubborn. Heck its very similar to the way a KKK member will ignore evidence of African Americans not being these scum bags the KKK call them.

By the way, fuck all the haters who have minused my karma, i guess sometimes the truth hurts
I agree with you to a point. However did you notice that the majority of those quotes come from artists I don't listen too? One of the Paris lines is a actually Spice 1 by the way. I listen to arguments but I'm sorry, I realize I don't understand fully but I've seen Blacks called racial slurs. I couldn't imagine what some of them have been through in their lives.

Yes, & some white people have been killed just because they were tourists or ignorant that they were in a neighboor hood where people hate whites.

Theres also a white ghetto to, its called Trailer Parks. Not all white people are privilged, & yes Blacks were treated extremely unfairly, & SOME of it still goes on today, but whites also get treated on fairly at times to, with SOME blacks using reverse racism
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #61 on: November 20, 2003, 03:54:57 AM »
when nobody sais shit about shit like the quotes syxx_aka_engies  posted



Correction, I posted the quotes...

Yes, & i gave you credit in one post when a guy gave me the credit I corrected him & redirected it to the person who posted the link, aka you!
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #62 on: November 20, 2003, 05:02:22 AM »
i live in a trailor park...LMAO....this racist shit needs to stop...In an area dominated by Columbians,guatamalans,puerto ricans,blacks. I do Not catch any shit over being white and shit..
People need to realize Hip hop is a culture not a color.
And sometimes when people say shit they don't mean it. Everyone here has probably said racist jokes before. I know I have. I have said racist black shit to black dudes and they laugh and say shit back. That doesnt mean i am racist...
« Last Edit: November 20, 2003, 05:06:54 AM by rAw~crAigA »
 

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« Reply #63 on: November 20, 2003, 10:07:14 AM »
Like black people don't say shit about white people in songs, shits a fucking disgrace.
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #64 on: November 20, 2003, 11:00:25 AM »
Im not even sure it's Em rapping, may be so may be no, but even if it is, who fuckin cares, I thought he said something about "not having the N word in his vocab, since HipHop is a black act, and u gotta give respect to the shit that feeds u" or some shit like that, but still, The fact he once kicked a lame freestyle about black girls doesn't make him any less of a supreme MC he is today.
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« Reply #65 on: November 20, 2003, 12:06:02 PM »
double standards. whats em said was wrong but it aint as bad as this

ice cube - cave bitch

Give me a black goddess sister I can't resist her. No stringy haired, blonde
hair, blue eyed, pale skinned buttermilk complexion. Grafted, recessive,
depressive, ironing board backside straight up and straight down. No
frills, no thrills, Miss six o'clock, subject to have the itch, mutanoid,
caucasoid, white cave bitch...

Ease back white bitch, I don't play that
Just because I got on my L.A. hat
Stalkin' walking in my big black boots
Is my jingle, now you want Mandingo
Big, black and handsome
I should hold your devil ass for ransome
Sorta like Patty Herst, but I'll burst first bitch
And you know what's worse
I'm coming from the land where the choppers roam
So phuck you bitch and your Coppertone
Stringy hair - no derrier - frontin' and fakin' with your silicone pair
Do I wanna phuck? Not hardly
That's kinda like Barbie phuckin' Bob Marley
It ain't gonna happen, I keep rappin'
Muthaphuck Teniell, but see I'm the Captain of this ship
And I'm true to the game
Ya all look the same
Standin' by my backstage door, hopin' that'll switch
Spread out you little cave bitch

Why everytime we get famous
You wanna play us like Andy and Amos?
The devil sent you to try and tame us
But you can't tame me, with no bitch named Amy
Lookin' for the dark meat
But ho, I ain't tryin' to go out like Barkely
Cuz everytime I turn on the TV
I see several brothers with she-devils
Smilin' cuz you out on a date
But sooner or later, the bitch'll yell rape
Soon as daddy found out you a jigaboo
He'll kill like he did Emmitt Till
Yah, he tried to kick bass
But the bitch probably threw it in his face
Sargent Bale ain't nothin' but a trick
Nasty as hell, stanky little cave bitch

Now don't think that I hate you
Cuz I won't date you, bitch I gotta stay true
You can be a fan, but don't expand
And try to get my dick in your hand
You better run to the minute man
Pale as snow, so act like y'know
Cuz if I slap it, flip it, and rub it like that
Yeah, it gotta be black
Plus yo ass too flat
I need a butt big enough that can clap
Rat-a-tat-tat
You can't get mine ho
I'd rather phuck an albino
Atleast I know, she's comin' from the Nubian
And not the Ku Klux Klan that you be in
And I don't give a fuck if your family is rich
You're still a little cave bitch




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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #66 on: November 20, 2003, 01:08:04 PM »
I don't wanna interrupt your discussion, but that's what the "officials" had to say:

Russell Simmons' Hip-Hop Summit Action Network (HHSAN) has released a statement revealing its position on controversial lyrics Eminem wrote about African-Americans in a rap recited in 1993.

[...]

This past April, the HHSAN honored Eminem at their Detroit Summit. The Detroit native was granted the National Outstanding Achievement Award for his charity work and hands-on support of youth nationwide.

Dr. Benjamin Chavis, President of HHSAN, said that the race card is often used to divide the hip-hop culture.

"Hip-hop culture transcends race," Chavis noted. "We, therefore, must be careful as to how the race card is played to divide people rather than to encourage unity in the struggle for freedom, justice and equality for all."

The support of Simmons' non-profit organization comes on the heels of Eminem apologizing for the remarks, saying they were made out of anger and frustration.

[...]

The Source has refused to take the raps as “foolishness,” as Eminem put it in a retort. "These are racist remarks by someone who has the ability to influence millions of minds," said editor-in-chief Kim Osorio to New York Newsday.

The tape is the latest in a series of insults hurled at each other, which includes diss records from both sides, The Source printing articles and posters aimed at discrediting Eminem and Eminem smashing his Source Award to pieces this year at Hot 97's Summer Jam concert.


http://www.allhiphop.com/hiphopnews/?ID=2578
 

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« Reply #67 on: November 20, 2003, 01:14:05 PM »
Im not even sure it's Em rapping, may be so may be no, but even if it is, who fuckin cares, I thought he said something about "not having the N word in his vocab, since HipHop is a black act, and u gotta give respect to the shit that feeds u" or some shit like that, but still, The fact he once kicked a lame freestyle about black girls doesn't make him any less of a supreme MC he is today.

dude...for the last time...eminem admitted it was him!

and bez i agree with you...im so fucking tired of this double standard bullshit...if blacks can make jokes about whites then whites should be able to throw them shit right back and more of it if we feel its necessary.
 

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« Reply #68 on: November 20, 2003, 01:18:36 PM »
"These are racist remarks by someone who has the ability to influence millions of minds," said editor-in-chief Kim Osorio to New York Newsday.

before u published it it was nothin but a meaningless recording by an angry unknown white kid..
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #69 on: November 20, 2003, 11:39:37 PM »
Im not even sure it's Em rapping, may be so may be no, but even if it is, who fuckin cares, I thought he said something about "not having the N word in his vocab, since HipHop is a black act, and u gotta give respect to the shit that feeds u" or some shit like that, but still, The fact he once kicked a lame freestyle about black girls doesn't make him any less of a supreme MC he is today.

dude...for the last time...eminem admitted it was him!


so?
We are all human beings isn't that a good enough reason for peace?
 

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« Reply #70 on: November 20, 2003, 11:41:06 PM »
Im not even sure it's Em rapping, may be so may be no, but even if it is, who fuckin cares, I thought he said something about "not having the N word in his vocab, since HipHop is a black act, and u gotta give respect to the shit that feeds u" or some shit like that, but still, The fact he once kicked a lame freestyle about black girls doesn't make him any less of a supreme MC he is today.

dude...for the last time...eminem admitted it was him!


so?

lol...you said you arent sure if its him...but eminem has admitted it was him...
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #71 on: November 21, 2003, 05:04:31 AM »
^^ not sure bout the track ...


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Woohoo!


Will do ...thankyou bro  ;D
 

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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #72 on: November 21, 2003, 09:17:04 AM »
Im not even sure it's Em rapping, may be so may be no, but even if it is, who fuckin cares, I thought he said something about "not having the N word in his vocab, since HipHop is a black act, and u gotta give respect to the shit that feeds u" or some shit like that, but still, The fact he once kicked a lame freestyle about black girls doesn't make him any less of a supreme MC he is today.

dude...for the last time...eminem admitted it was him!


so?

lol...you said you arent sure if its him...but eminem has admitted it was him...


yea , I did, At the time I said it I didn't know he admited it, I meant that by the way it sounded I wasn't sure.
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Re:THE "EMINEM" TRACK
« Reply #73 on: November 21, 2003, 09:33:19 AM »
Looks like the ongoing feud with Eminem and The Source Magazine, just reached a whole new level. And depending on what the truth is, Em may not have gotten much sleep last night, either.
      Here's the deal. Tonight at 6 PM Eastern, The Source Magazine executives David Mays and Raymond “Benzino” Scott will air publicly for the first time an explosive audio track reportedly recorded by Eminem that he has kept hidden since 1993 at a press conference.  

      In the unnamed song, which will be played in its entirety, Eminem voices his opinions about black women and black people in general. Transcripts of the track will be provided.

      The Source says it has verified the authenticity of the tape, which was provided by three white hip-hop fans from Detroit who were peers of Eminem in the early ’90s, at the time of the recording.  

      The Source, in a statement supplied to EUR, says the tape contains what is clearly identifiable as Eminem’s voice, reciting racial slurs targeted against black women — and it proves Benzino right after a year of being vilified by the media for bringing such questions surrounding Eminem to the fore.

      "Bringing this tape to the public is the latest chapter," The Source says, in its "ongoing effort to expose influences corrupting Hip-Hop, including racism.




http://www.eurweb.com/articles/headlines/11182003/headlines1211311182003.cfm

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Thats the .nfo that goes with the rip rls of the "taped"  evidence