The G.O.A.T. debate is a skewed one that’s been raging for a long time and yet the Philly native believed it was imperative to remind her fans during this weekend Slim Shady still holds the title as the most successful to ever achieve it.
In the morning of Sunday (January 15) her tweet read “Eminem still the best rapper ever whether you can relate to him or not.”
Whack saw the anger of his fans who joined in with their own selections of the greatest rapper ever, while others joined in the Detroit legendary’s side.
“Nicki Minaj is the greatest rapper, you know that furthermore, you rap way better than Eminem,” one fan said while another fan chose to go with 2Pac as their choice to perform the G.O.A.T.
Tierra Whack later followed by calling Eminem a “light skin,” which also irritated her fans when they discussed the fact that Martin Luther King Jr. Day was just two hours away.
A fan responded: “Now this is where we gotta put a halt to the shenanigans!”
While the G.O.A.T. debate continues to continue to simmer, Eminem is still breaking records for more than two decades into his long and successful career. The song by Nate Dogg and Em “Till I Collapse” anthem has been the most streamed non-single on Spotify this month exceeding 1.5 billion stream.
The track is featured on the album of Em from 2002 The Eminem Show The album also includes the hit songs “Cleanin’ Out My Closet,” “Without Me” and “Sing For the Moment.” “Till I Collapse” was never made into an official music video, nor performed on radio.
In 2012 – nearly a 10 years after the release and a year following the death of Nate Dogg The song was awarded double platinum status through the Recording Industry of America (RIAA). Just before the official birthday celebration of the song in 2012, the song was certified as 8x platinum.
It was also recently revealed to the light that Eminem declined the offer of an $8 million payday to play at the 2014 World Cup.
In an interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood 50 Cent shared the reasons why his performance on the prize-winning Super Bowl Halftime Show featuring Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige led to 50 Cent and Em receiving a large amount of cash for their performances in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
“Because of the Super Bowl, I got an inquiry about the World Cup,” 50 Cent said to Big Boy. “They had an estimated budget of $9 million for the tournament. This means they were going to give me -I would have taken the one Big. The remaining eight would have gone to Em.”
When the offer was made 50 phoned the manager of Eminem Paul Rosenberg to discuss it but was turned down however it’s not clear whether the announcement of the deal got directly to Em directly. “I called and spoke to Paul and everybody around him,” Fif said. “They said”He’s not doing it..’
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