/That why I’m on what I’m on cause I’m my mom./My mom i’m just like her.” There’s still a bit of finger-pointing, of course, but this may be Mr.
Mathers’ best hip-hop approximation of standing up in the AA circle to say, “I’m Marshall, and I’m an addict.” More disturbing to most Americans than even “Drips,” a track off of , is “Insane,” a rhythmic account of his stepfather raping him.
As the album title implies, Em has not only relapsed on drugs via a highly publicized bout with methadone but also relapsed back into his addiction to schizoid, semi-autobiographical, middle finger in the air, assonant 8 Mile-a-minute rhymes on crack. Well perhaps that’s perfectly fitting then for a guy who wrote an entire song about bringing his daughter to dump the body of his wife after murdering her.
Detroit’s finest continues to revel in familial hangups on Relapse but includes a refreshingly epiphanic track “My Mom” in which he admits that he has in fact become his own mother, rapping, “Stumble hobble tumble slip drip then I fall in bed/With a bottle of meds and a Heath Ledger bobblehead./My mom love Valium and lots of drugs,/That why I am like I am cause I’m like her…
I always read memoirs and I’m like, "I wish books could make eye contact so I can know if the person’s lying." [ Melissa, my first wife, is still my great friend.
Lindsay Lohan won’t be getting any money from Pitbull anytime soon.
From a young age, Stirling had a fascination for dance, and desired to take both dancing and violin lessons.
Eminem even attempts Elvis' famous Jailhouse Rock dance routine as Winehouse's former lover becomes The King. She says, "It was a total surprise to me because I had no idea he was going to talk about me in the song.
Although she attempted to file a lawsuit against the Miami rapper recently for using the line, “I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan,” on his song, “Give Me Everything,” a judge dismissed the case.
He did so because Pitbull is legally allowed to use Li Lo’s name in a song just as long as he’s not doing it to somehow turn a profit off her.
In fact, there are more than a few who have used Lohan’s names in their rhymes in worse ways than Pitbull. Well, to help her build a case—or multiple cases, if she so chooses—we came up with a list of 10 Other Rappers Lindsay Lohan Should Sue For Using Her Name In A Song.
And then, we came up with some reasons for why Li Lo might have a case against each of them for name-dropping her.