Album: Charmbracelet (2002)
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  • In Eminem's single "Superman" he disses Mariah after they broke up. He also threatened to use a "mushy" voicemail she left on his cell phone. Following these events, Mariah felt it was only fair that she should get her chance to reply, and did so on this track, where Mariah blasts Eminem for being "A puppet show" who "Often sits at home alone and cries, cries, cries, cries." >>
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    Jessica - Milan, OH
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  • Johnny from Los Angeles, CaBad song alert! Randomness ahaed! {Transmission- Lola}
  • Candice from Vancouver, CanadaIn this song Mariah sounds like she's rapping. This song has the f-word in it, so she's dissing Eminem.
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