Sounds like plenty of tough-guy emotional outpour going on.
But though he's busy battling some serious inner demons, there's still that one that Eminem is hesitant to tackle.
Eminem isn't exactly what you'd call a "ladies' man." The rapper, notorious for his misogynistic lyrics and explosive tabloid relationship with ex-wife Kim, doesn't get the best rep as a soft-hearted singer.
But it looks like the Detroit MC is doing a lot more introspective thinking these days, especially when it comes to love.
Worst journalism of the year." Others dismissed it as a joke: "Am i missing something or is it not obvious the eminem grindr thing was a joke" Some, however, weren't exactly shocked and think that Eminem was just being honest in a very, very casual way. That's a solid way to endear himself to a majority of the country.
Eminem is an intensely famous -- and polarizing -- rapper.We'd point out that the idea is to grow up and stop using those words.Eminem's daughter is in college, which makes him more than old enough to have some self-awareness.Eminem did what many people do when looking for love — used an app.The “Walk on Water” rapper, 45, told Vulture that since he and Kim Mathers finalized their divorce in 2001, dating has been difficult. Since my divorce I’ve had a few dates and nothing’s panned out in a way that I wanted to make it public,” he explained.Spending most of his childhood moving back and forth between Saint Joseph and suburban Detroit, Michigan, he finally settled on the Eastside of Detroit when he was 12.Formerly studying at Lincoln High School in Warren from 1986 to 1989, Marshall often switched schools every two or three months."I kind of feel like I'm just now finding my footing, so I want to make sure that's secure before I go out and do anything else." "I need to keep working on myself for a while." Eminem (real name: Marshall Mathers) has also recently spoken out about being bullied as a child, often so badly that his mother sued the Detroit school system for failing to protect him.The rapper outed De Angelo Bailey, the bully in question, in a 1999 song called "Brain Damage." In the interview, Eminem also comes clean about how he dealt with the pain of his father's absence growing up.Also, just for the record, going to strip clubs seems like a terrible way to find a date. it's really, really hard to tell if Eminem was joking or not. If you get a new i Phone, you're not going to refer to it as your Mac Book Pro or whatever.Grindr is for gay men and for bi men and for men who use other labels (or none at all), and while some folks use it to "make friends" and while it's opening up to some nonbinary folks ...