Eminem Under Fire for Using Homophobic Slur on New Surprise Album ‘Kamikaze’

Rapper Eminem is under fire for homophobic lyrics again after releasing a surprise album overnight titled Kamikaze. “Shady punches back, and he’s naming names,” reads the description on Apple Music, and the LP is full of diss tracks.

One of those diss tracks, “Fall”, mentions Tyler the Creator, who has opened up (somewhat) in the past year, lyrically and otherwise, about his interest in men. At a recent show he changed the pronoun on his romantic track “Sometimes” from “you to “he”.

Eminem has been under fire for homophobic lyrics in the past, but that didn’t stop him from rapping this line on “Fall”.

Tyler create nothing, I see why you called yourself a faggot, bitch
It’s not just ’cause you lack attention
It’s ’cause you worship D12’s balls, you’re sac-rilegious
If you’re gonna critique me, you better at least be as good or better

Genius lyrics has this annotation, noting that Tyler tweeted in 2017 that Eminem’s track “Walk on Water” was “horrible”:

Em responds by claiming that Tyler’s supposed homosexuality was merely a ploy to drum up attention for the release of his album Flowerboy in 2017. Flowerboy might also be seen as a reference to Tyler’s sexuality.

Ultimately though, Tyler is actually a homosexual Em claims, because he rides D12’s dick. Tyler has openly spoken about his admiration for Eminem. As seen in the above tweet and on several other occasions, Tyler has also referred to Eminem as god.

Dick-riding someone so hard would make you “Sack-Religious.” Acting against god (Eminem) would make you ‘sacrilegious.’

Finally, the word ‘faggot” is censored, which makes it sound as if Em is saying “failure.” In fact, it’s the other way around – Eminem says failure but he censors it in order to make it sound like he’s saying faggot.

Twitter had this to say:

The post Eminem Under Fire for Using Homophobic Slur on New Surprise Album ‘Kamikaze’ appeared first on Towleroad Gay News.

Kesha’s new music video with The Struts is a glitter-filled banger

Kesha in Body Talks

Kesha is back making music she’s passionate about after her long battle with Dr. Luke.

Her latest gift to us all is a collaboration with British rock band The Struts. The solo artist and group did a revamped, glittery version of the band’s new song Body Talk.

Visually, the video is instantly eye-catching, doused in red and gold glitter and playing up the glam rock element of the number.

Both Kesha and frontman Luke Spiller jam with a variety of sparkly props, including megaphones, lollipops, bananas, pyramids, and more.

‘They are one of my favorite current bands keeping the spirit of classic rock and roll alive with their wild energy and sexy style,’ Kesha said.

‘It’s a song about my favorite activity: boogieing.’

The chorus croons: ‘You can be cool, you can be shy/Say what you want, say what you like. Cause ooh, your body talks, your body talks.’

The Struts also has another connection to an LGBTI popular music group, Little Mix. Jade Thirlwall is dating the band’s bassist Jed Elliot.

Crazy Beautiful Life

Kesha released her first album post-Dr. Luke, Rainbow, last year and it became a big hit. Both fans and critics loved the album, and it’s turned out some emotional performances.

She also has a movie coming out based on the album.

Depositions in Kesha’s case against Dr. Luke have come out recently. In Lady Gaga’s, it was revealed she tried to break Kesha’s contract with Sony and bring her over to Interscope where Gaga is so Gaga could ‘look after her’.

More from Gay Star News

P!nk and Avril Lavigne come to Kesha’s defense during battle with Dr. Luke

Kesha marries a real-life gay couple in new music video

Taylor Swift gives emotional speech at concert a year after her sexual assault trial

RuPaul Plans to Make Your Yuletide Gay with New Christmas Album

RuPaul announced that he just finished recording a new Christmas album and it’s set to be released in October. The album would be the Emmy-winning Drag Race host’s third holiday album following up 1997’s Ho Ho Ho and 2015’s Slay Belles (featuring the track above, “Nothing for Christmas”). Two Drag Race-related Christmas Queens albums have also been released.

RuPaul made the announcement on Instagram.

The post RuPaul Plans to Make Your Yuletide Gay with New Christmas Album appeared first on Towleroad Gay News.