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Ludacris, Merkules & Lazarus react to Eminem ‘s new merch post




Eminem continues to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his major label debut album “The Slim Shady LP” (1999). Last week, Em dropped new vinyl featuring psychedelic zoetrope art, alongside some collectibles and clothing merch.

Few hours ago, Eminem dropped the animation of himself and legendary Jeff Bass of Bass Brothers recording “Public Service Announcement” in the studio with the caption: “This is a public service announcement / Brought to you, in part, by Slim Shady” #PSA #SSLP25.” The post brought huge nostalgia to the fans instantly, including Ludacris, Merkules and Lazarus.

“Public Service Announcement” is an intro to Eminem’s iconic SSLP album where Em and Jeff give some advice for children: “This is a public service announcement / Brought to you, in part, by Slim Shady (Tell them that the–) / The views and events expressed here are totally f–ked (Yeah) / And are not necessarily the views of anyone / However, the events and suggestions that appear on this album / Are not to be taken lightly (Tell them that–) / Children should not partake in the listening of this album / With laces in their shoes (Tell them that–) / Slim Shady is not responsible for your actions (Let them know–) / Upon purchasing this album / You have agreed not to try this at home (Right) / A-anything else? / Yeah, don’t do drugs.


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“14 year old me is freaking out right now.” – said Merkules in the comment section. “Jeff Bass is legendary.” – replied Lazarus with fire emojis and Ludacris added “Saluting Face” emoji. Jeff Bass’ son, Jake Bass commented: “That’s my pops!!! #JeffBass #BassBrothers” with laughing emojis. Check out the screenshot of the comments below:


In another instance of revisiting the past, Slim Shady is currently working on a project about delusional fandom that takes its name from one of his career-defining tracks from over two decades ago. In mid-February, Variety reported that the legendary Detroit MC is set to co-produce a documentary titled Stans, which is a reference to his song about a (fictional) devotee of his music who ends up killing himself and his girlfriend after he doesn’t respond to his letters.