Mariah Carey’s presumed Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, is coming soon so she’s making the rounds to help promote it. During a recent interview for Vulture, Mariah instructs her house manager Ellen, who has already fluffed her pillows, poured her wine, lit some candles, and removed Cha-cha, Mimi’s emotional support dog from the room, to make some “horse devoirs” while Mariah gets down to the business of explaining how Ellen DeGeneres upset her on national television by pressuring her into revealing a pregnancy that eventually ended in a miscarriage. So don’t ever underestimate Mimi’s thirst for revenge! Ellen the house manager’s real name is probably Darlene. And in that same vein, Mariah probably calls the guy who’s in charge of picking up Cha-cha’s shit Marshall Mathers. In the interview, Mimi also had some quality shade to throw Eminem‘s way.
Eminem spoke with Mike Tyson on his Hotboxin‘ podcast/YouTube show and talked about it all. Eminem got into his early life doing rap battles, and how he got his big break with Dr. Dre, and how he’s super proud of his daughter for not having a kid. It’s the little things… or big things, if you ask Eminem.
It’s not easy singing a Beatles song in front of millions of people while images of (nearly) all the recently deceased celebrities flash behind you––but that’s exactly what 18-year-old meme queen Billie Eilish did at last Sunday’s Oscars.
Slate says that Eminem was a surprise performer at the 92nd Academy Awards last night and he was there to perform Lose Yourself, which won the Oscar for Best Original Song in 2003. Eminem’s performance got mixed reactions from the crowd. It all started when Lin-Manuel Miranda introduced a montage of songs from movies, and the montage segued into the beginning of Eminem’s Lose Yourself and then he showed up as a wave of confusion filled the theater.
Eminem dissed longtime foe, Mariah Carey and her ex-husband, Nick Cannon in a rap song on Fat Joe‘s new album. This triggered Nick Cannon. He first dissed Em online, then he released a diss track–“The Invitation” featuring Suge Knight complete with video. Then he continued trolling on social media. Then 50 Cent got involved and defended Em. Then Nick tried coming for Fofty as well. While I have yet to see 50 Cent lose his mind on Nick like he did on LaLa Kent, Nick is still going after Eminem. Do you care about another Nick Cannon diss track? You do not, but Nick shit one out anyway.
I mean, pray for Nick, this is so desperate–I don’t think Eminem is worried about getting rolled up on by Nick Cannon and the crew of Wild ‘N Out. I don’t think Suge Knight would trust them to finish the job.
Mariah Carey and the nannies must be dealing with dem babies for the holidays, because Nick Cannon has a lot of free time on his hands to keep his beef alive with Eminem. Their ongoing feud reignited thanks to Eminem dissing Nick and Mariah in a rap he did for Fat Joe‘s new album. Well in response, Nick Cannon recorded a new diss track and it is terrible. And then 50 Cent got involved. Lets see if he goes full: 51-Fofty.