Today at 6 p.m., hip hop magazine The Source is going to premiere what they call "a secret racist tape" made by Eminem. For those not keeping up, Eminem and The Source's co-owner Benzino have been waging a really dull feud for like a year now.
The "secret tape" is a 10-year-old recording on which Eminem gives really lousy head to a well-hung entrepreneur. Oh, my bad, no it's not. It's an "unnamed song" in which "Eminem voices his opinions about Black women and Black people in general," according to The Source's press release. Also, I've heard reports that, on the tape, Eminem admits to shooting Tupac — three full years before Tupac's death.
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THE SOURCE TO EXPOSE SECRET RACIST TAPE EMINEM HAS KEPT HIDDEN SINCE 1993
— World Unveiling Of Never-Before-Heard Eminem Track
In New York On Tuesday, November 18th at 6:00 PM —
The Source Magazine executives David Mays and Raymond Benzino Scott will air publicly for the first time an explosive audio track recorded by Eminem that he has kept hidden since 1993 at a press conference on Tuesday, November 18th at 6:00pm at the Millennium Broadway Hotel, 145 West 44th Street (at Broadway), 2nd Floor. In the unnamed song, which will be played in its entirety, Eminem voices his opinions about Black women and Black people in general. Transcripts of the track will be provided.
The Source has verified the authenticity of the tape, which was provided by three white hip-hop fans from Detroit who were peers of Eminem in the early 90s, at the time of the recording. The tape contains what is clearly identifiable as Eminem s voice, reciting racial slurs targeted against Black women and it proves Benzino right after a year of being vilified by the media for bringing such questions surrounding Eminem to the fore.
Bringing this tape to the public is the latest chapter in The Source Magazine s ongoing effort to expose influences corrupting Hip-Hop, including racism.
When: 6:00 PM on Tuesday, November 18th
Where: Millennium Broadway Hotel, 145 West 44th Street (at Broadway), 2nd Floor
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