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Eminem Backs Up Kendrick Lamar's "Control" Verse!

Reported By @KlearJ
One of the most controversial subjects in Hip-Hop for the past few months has been Kendrick Lamar's lyrical on Big Sean's track "Control." Eminem has spoken up for Kendrick and doesn't understand why rappers are mad at Kendrick.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stones, Eminem spoke about his admiration for Kendrick Lamar, who appears on "Love Game," a selection off The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

"I completely respect what Kendrick does and the fact that he's in the same camp, that he's on Aftermath, only made sense to [have him on The Marshall Mathers LP 2]," he said. "He came to Detroit, we kicked it for a few minutes, you know, and I felt the vibe of what he's like and everything, and you know, he's a super cool and super humble dude. When we did that record, I think that was actually a week or two before he did the verse to 'Control.'"

Eminem went on to praise Kendrick Lamar for his lyricism on the "Control" verse. When asked what advice did you give to the "Swimming Pools" rappers, he stated, "I don't know if he needs advice...He seems like he's got a really good head on his shoulders, man. He's very smart and you can tell by the way he put his album together for one. He's like a Hip Hop head, man. He just loves Hip Hop. And obviously the way that he did the 'Control' verse, it was almost like if you get mad at him, then you might look foolish. He set it up so that you can't really get mad at a lot of that shit he said because it was what every other emcee is already thinking. Or you should be thinking."

So that certifies it! You can't be mad at Kendrick Lamar if the 'Rap God' said you can't!



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