reply to post by ponyboyats
i think he probably WAS, it was very obvious. but i think there's something more to eminem's whole career. on some level i think he INTENTIONALLY
got into "the game" in order to expose it. here's why i think so:
he came in and started A LOT of controversy and drawing attention to himself. he talked a lot about hitting rock bottom and being insane. slim shady
was a persona created to portray his "darker side". earlier in his career he called himself slim shady instead of eminem. and slim shady was the
persona that was the one starting the controversy.
as marshall mathers he talked mostly about his life and was usually dark and emotional songs, but slim shady was the crazy, nonsensical one.
later in his career, he often refered to slim shady as "the devil". in his recently released relapse, this fact is evident, though the concept that
slim shady as "the devil" was already there in encore. i believe this was when he was starting to expose the illuminati. with songs like "we made
you", attempting to imitate pop styles like Lady gaga but with an eminem humor, he slid his message into it. lady gaga's nonsense videos were more
of BY the illuminati, but eminem's (even though were similar), they were more AGAINST the illuminati (he was mocking them).
receovery was the final message, what happened between encore and relapse we don't know. but bad things happened to him, and it seems like he came
back stronger and more motivated to fight something. what it is exactly, we don't know. but check out songs like "not afraid", "25 to life",
"won't back down", "seduction", "cinderella man" and, especially, "almost famous", you can see he's trying to say something.
although he teams up with illuminati puppets like rihanna and pink, i think he does it to take attention away from him by the people who control him.
love the way you lie shot up to the top of the charts even though it was nothing spectacular. and strangely, this entire album is lacking ONE major
artist he has featured in every single album prior to this, his mentor and benefactor, Dr. Dre. why? i believe he's trying to say something with
this, that he's breaking away from something.
listen to "almost famous" if you don't believe me, the ideas in the song, the lyrics, and the entire vibe is eminem trying to imply something.
that's why even though i believe eminem was part of the illuminati, he is trying to rise up against them now, although not as obvious as 2pac did
with killuminati. eminem is indeed one of the kings of freedoms.