The National Post weighed in on the ongoing beef between Eminem and Benzino, taking the side of Slim Shady. They write, “First thing’s first: Eminem is no Vanilla Ice. Despite the hue of his skin, Eminem is as authentic a rapper as they come. As has become well-known since the release of his quasi-autobiographical movie, 8 mile, Eminem’s mother was 15 and dependent on welfare — and, the rapper claims, drugs — at the time he was born. He grew up in one of Detroit’s nearly all-black housing projects and dropped out of school after grade nine. As a teenager, he taught himself to rap.”
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