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Royce 5’9″ responds recent allegations against Eminem




Eminem is not the only one Benzino is beefing with. Him and The Game’s manager Wack 100 are feuding again. Wack recently shared an audio of Benzino snitching on someone on his Instagram. Under the post, Royce da 5’9” commented: “Man, ain’t nothing to be throwing lead at… He’ll make sure his nephew gets thrown in the pokey and then sleep like a baby so he can wake up tomorrow and go to the only place that believes he would crack an egg… The white boy comment section…”

Someone replied to Royce: “Just an Eminem coat tail rider, what’s your comment on him disrespecting black women on those tapes? Silent.” Royce replied back: “You want me to address something from over 20 years ago? Why you wanna hear my thoughts on that if I’m a coattail rider? What’s your thoughts on Post Malone leaked audio? Justin Bieber? Never mind… You don’t care about any of them because none of these tapes affected you… It sucks to hear the s–t but we got bigger problems in our community than name calling… And your man ain’t took one step to elevate Black women since the Source’s inception… He hasn’t even elevated his child to a higher regard… And she a whole superstar… He a drug addict with serious mental health issues, who’s not fit to lead anyone anywhere… Now go sit your a-s down somewhere and stop addressing men you don’t know on social media… And if you know him personally, get him the help he needs before you end up at his funeral…”

On that, same person responded: “I’m not a fan of Post Malone or Justin Bieber so since I post about Eminem, I have to mention the other culture vultures? What has Eminem ever done to elevate the Black community, in anyway? I’ll wait. As a matter of fact, I know personally, Benzino has done a lot for Black community in Boston, has done a lot to stop gang violence, etc. Plus, his relationship with his daughter, is noon of social media business. We have no idea, what goes on behind closed doors. But, again, what has Em done for the Black community? Detroit community? Least are Proof’s children and family taken care of? Plus, I don’t care if it was 1000 years ago, do we forget about slavery? HELL NO.”

Again, Royce replied: “Well, I’m a Chief executive to the Marshall Mathers Foundation so I can answer that… My job is to make sure funds are disseminated to the right places and in the right amounts… Ever since the Pandemic there’s a fund in place that is set aside specifically for Black and Brown issues in underserved communities… Starting in Detroit… I’ve already spearheaded a Mental Health initiative… Dollar amounts are millions and higher… And yes, you do have to mention Post Malone and others… Fun Fact: Every single lyrical rapper got a record deal in Detroit after Em blew up… Everybody… Name another White rapper with multiple bros around him who are all touching 7 or more figures? And when you realize there are none, maybe you’ll address them… And tell Zino to stop saying Interscope “put black people around him.” That’s ridiculous… And I don’t know Proof’s widow personally so I couldn’t tell you her financial situation… That’s their business.”

Actually, those so-called racist tapes of Eminem were recorded 35 years ago, not twenty. When Eminem was 15 years old and heartbroken from his relationship with Black girl. Eminem even apologized for it on a song “Yellow Brick Road” from Encore album. In the song, Em raps: “Back in ’89, me And Kim broke up for the first time; she was tryin’ to two-time me And there was this black girl at our school, who thought I was cool ‘Cause I rapped, so she was kinda eyein’ me And oh the irony, guess what her name was? Ain’t even gonna say it, plus The same color hair as hers was and blue contacts And a pair of jugs, the bombest goddamn girl in our whole school If I could pull her, not only would I become more popular But I would be able to piss Kim off at the same time But it backfired I was supposed to dump her but she dumped me for this black guy And that’s the last I ever seen or heard Or spoke to the “Ole Foolish Pride” girl, but I’ve heard People say they heard the tape and it ain’t that bad But it was: I singled out a whole race And for that I apologize, I was wrong ‘Cause no matter what color a girl is, she’s still a…”

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