• This track finds Eminem and his Bad Meets Evil partner Royce da 5'9'' on a dark trip in Sin City aka Las Vegas. Slim Shady's verse includes some misogynistic lines where he takes aim at Iggy Azalea, threatening to sexually assault her:

    So what's it gon' be? Put that s--t away Iggy
    You gon' blow that rape whistle on me
    (Scream!) I love it

    Iggy responded on Twitter, saying. "I'm bored of the old men threatening young women as entertainment trend and much more interested in the young women getting $ trend. Zzzz." (The Aussie rapper was referencing her social media feud with Snoop Dogg, which started when the Californian posted a photo of a woman with albinism and compared it to Iggy's pale skin tone).

    She added that the controversial verse is "especially awkward" for her 14-year-old brother, as he is the "biggest Eminem fan and now the artist he admired says he wants to rape me."


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