Eminem Quotes (one of the legendary names of rap music)


Eminem Quotes. A compilation made of the quotes of Eminem, one of the legendary names of rap music.

Eminem Quotes (one of the legendary names of rap music)

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  1. I’ll hit a man with glasses.
  2. I think if two people love each other, what the hell? I think everyone should have the opportunity to be equally miserable, if they wish. He is the new tolerant!
  3. And to the rest of the world, God gave you shoes to keep you. So put them and put them. Be yourself man, be proud of who you are. Even if it sounds corny. Never let anyone tell you that you are not. beautiful

    You do not have another chance, life is not a Nintendo game.

  4. You may have left, but you never finished.
  5. See that it’s easy as a cake, as simple as whistling Dixie While I wave the gun against sixty Christians against me Go to war with the Mormons, take a bath with the Catholics In holy water, it’s no wonder they tried to hold me back more time.
  6. His palms are sweaty, knees are weak, arms are heavy. He already has vomit on his sweater: mom’s spaghetti. He is nervous, but on the surface he seems calm and ready to throw bombs, but he keeps forgetting what he wrote. The whole crowd gets so high. Open your mouth, but the words do not come out. He is drowning, how? Everyone is joking now Time is over, time is up, blaow!
  7. Sometimes I even cut myself to see how much it bleeds. It’s like adrenaline, pain is such a sudden race for me.
  8. In my mind, I am a fighter, my heart is lighter, my soul is fluid. My flow awakens him.
  9. We sing for these children who have nothing.
  10. I have big nuts. huge nuts Elephantine of the balls: that’s what I have.
  11. If you can pay … a computer, you can pay $ 16 for my … CD.
  12. I just can not sit down and wallow in my own pain, but be a fact: I will be a difficult act to follow.
  13. I’m not looking back just forward.
  14. I only say what I want to whoever I want whenever I want to where I want, however I want.
  15. I do not want to be bad, but that’s all I can be, it’s just me.
  16. Just promise me that you’ll think of me every time you look up into the sky and see a star
  17. I have my reflection, I walk through the house trying to fight against the mirrors, I can not stand what I see
  18. When I say or do something, I do it, I do not give a damn what you think, I’m doing it for me …
  19. Piracy does not hurt an artist unless the artist releases a bad album.
  20. I grew up in Hip Hop, it’s the music that I love and it’s the music that I respect. I respect the culture … that’s me.
  21. Behind every successful person lies a pack of enemies
  22. It made you feel like you knew him. I think, honestly, 2pac was the best composer that ever existed. He made it seem so easy. The emotion was there, and the feeling, and everything he was trying to describe. You saw an image that I was trying to paint.
  23. If you get offended by my music, do not listen to it.
  24. Money is what makes a man act in a fun way.
  25. ..be smart, do not be a retard.
  26. Maybe I made some mistakes, but I’m just human.
  27. I can not tell you what it really is, I can only tell you what it feels like.
  28. I do not care if you’re black, white, straight, bisexual, gay, lesbian, short, tall, fat, skinny, rich or poor. If you are kind to me, I will be nice to you. Simple as that.
  29. I do not know why this world keeps turning, going round and round. But I wish he would stop and leave me at this moment!
  30. I really believe that I can be too big for my own good.
  31. I failed ninth grade three times, but I do not think it’s necessarily because I’m stupid.
  32. If you’re not like me, you do not have to like me.
  33. I’m not going to fall, I’ll stay upright, I feel like no one can beat me.
  34. A state of plaque and platinum is a blow if I am not the worst.
  35. However, I am without a doubt what I set out to be.
  36. Nuts go, macadamia go so ballistic, whoa.
  37. Do not let them tell you that it’s not beautiful
  38. It was my decision to cleanse myself, I did it for me. It’s true that I probably did it subliminally for you.
  39. Look, if you had an opportunity, or an opportunity. To take advantage of everything you always wanted in a moment. Would you capture it or let it escape?
  40. Get lost in the music, the moment, you have it.
  41. Because they see that they call me a threat; And if the shoe fits, I’ll use it.
  42. My soul is possessed by this demon, my new name is Rain Man.
  43. Feel proud of being out of your mind and out of control.
  44. You do not want to grow up to be like me, slapping women and eating mushrooms and then DO.
  45. I was never a gangsta, until I graduated in one.
  46. I do not even know how to speak for myself, because I really do not have a father who gives me confidence or advice. And if you’re always the new kid, you never have the opportunity to adapt, so your confidence does not matter.
  47. I went to McDonald’s and Taco Bell every day. The children behind the counter knew me, I would not even confuse them. Or I would sit in Denny’s or Big Boy and just eat alone. That was sad. I got so heavy that people started not to recognize me.
  48. When Bugs Bunny enters rehabilitation, people will turn around and look. The people in rehabilitation were stealing hats, pens and notebooks and asking for autographs. I could not concentrate on my problem.
  49. Many of the problems I had with fame brought me to myself. A lot of self-deprecation, a lot of ay-I’m-me. Now I am learning to see the positive side of things, instead of, ‘I can not go to Kmart. I can not take my children to the haunted house.
  50. Sometimes I feel that rap music is almost the key to stopping racism.
  51. I was poor white trash, no shine, no glamor, but I’m not ashamed of anything.
  52. My general appearance in things is much more mature than it used to be.
  53. I need to continue working on myself for a while.
  54. I have a bit of OCD, I think. I’m not walking around flipping light switches. But when I say I’m going to do something, I have to do it.
  55. I love attention, but I do not like it too much.
  56. My father? I never met him. I’ve never seen a picture of him.
  57. I always say this about my music and music in general: music is like a time capsule. Each album reflects what I am going through or what is happening in my life at that moment.

    Whatever I said, I certainly felt at that moment.

  58. Hip-hop saved my life, man. It’s the only thing I’ve ever been even decent at. I do not know how to do something else.
  59. I could talk about killing people, but that does not mean I do it.
  60. The weapons are bad, I tell you.
  61. Nothing in ‘Relapse’ and very little in ‘Recovery’ was produced by me.
  62. People can try to reinvent themselves. However, I do not think you can really change who you are, because who you are is more or less where you came from and what you’ve done up to now.
  63. Personally, I think rap music is the best there is, period. If you look at my cover on my car radio, you will always find a hip-hop tape; that’s all I buy, that’s all I live, that’s all I hear, that’s all I love.
  64. These times are very difficult and are becoming even more difficult.
  65. I’ve been running a lot, taking care of myself.
  66. When you’re a little boy, you do not see the color, and the fact that my friends were black never crossed my mind. It never became a problem until I was a teenager and started trying rap.
  67. I had nothing to do for myself … school, home … until I found something I loved, that was music, and that changed everything.
  68. Honestly, I’d love to be remembered as one of the best at picking up a microphone, but if I’m doing my part to lessen racial tension, I feel good about what I’m doing.
  69. You know, to not sound cheesy or nuthin ‘, but I felt like a fighter coming, man. I felt, you know, that I am being attacked for this or that reason, and I have to fight to achieve it.
  70. Many of my rhymes are just to make people laugh. Anyone with half a brain can tell when I’m kidding and when I’m serious.
  71. It’s like a challenge for myself to be able to hear the hook of another person and kind of interpret the words. Because my own hooks, I know what I mean when I write them.
  72. I achieved enough with the music that I did not have to go out and do other things to saturate too much.
  73. The details that surround both my marriage and my subsequent request for a divorce are private, and I hoped to keep them that way for the sake of my family.
  74. There was certainly a rebellious youthful fury in me. And there was also the fact of not getting away from the fact that I’m white, and you know, this is predominantly black music, you know.
  75. I do not even know how to speak for myself, because I really do not have a father who gives me confidence or advice.
  76. I try to treat all the money I am earning, as if it were the last time I do it.
  77. The album requires a certain focus of mine that I can not really explain; let’s say it’s all I can do while I do it.
  78. I always thought that if I was going to make a movie, I wanted it to be authentic.
  79. I felt as if I had a really serious case of writer’s block … Music is so therapeutic for me that if I can not get it out, I start to feel bad about myself, a lot of self-deprecation.
  80. I do not know if I ever feel totally good with an album when I publish it. With every album that I publish, someone literally has to cope with me because when I listen to my own music, I simply hear flaws in it.
  81. The children are old enough, I just want them to be children. I do not want to comment too much on them. They are at an age when I just want them to be children.
  82. Now that I understand that I am an addict, I definitely have compassion for my mother. I get it.
  83. I realized, ‘Me, I can not do anything in moderation. I do not know how “.
  84. Well, I’m working all the time to avoid problems!
  85. My only plan was to be a rapper.
  86. Emotions in a song, anger, aggression, have to be legitimate.
  87. Honestly, I never dropped the microphone.
  88. I feel like a pampered rapper. I can choose and choose everything.
  89. I need drama in my life to keep making music.
  90. I want to solidify as an artist and show that as I grow as a person and make mistakes and learn from them, I will grow artistically.
  91. Fame hit me like a ton of bricks.
  92. It scares me sometimes to think about the person I was. I was a terrible person. I was bad with people
  93. Before being famous, when I was working at Gilbert’s Lodge, everything was moving in slow motion.
  94. Hip-hop changes constantly, but you’ll always have the package. And you will always have those people who are separated from the rest.
  95. Sporadic thoughts will appear in my head and I will have to write something, and the next thing I know is that I have written a complete song in an hour.
  96. I would go to, like, six different schools in a year. We were in welfare, and my mother never worked.
  97. Rap was my drug.
  98. I do not think I’ve ever read poetry.
  99. I stopped watching TV on ‘The Wire’. Like, ‘The Wire’ ruined everything for me because now I do not even want to see anything else.
  100. I am a creature of habit.
  101. It feels good to have your job respected again.
  102. I come from Detroit, where it is difficult and I am not a good talker.
  103. It is difficult to meet new people, in my position.
  104. I always try to be smart. I try to treat all the money I am earning, as if it were the last time I do it.
  105. Being a hip-hop student in general, takes technical aspects of the places. You can take a rhyme or flow pattern from Big Daddy Kane or Kool G Rap.

    There was a time when I felt like ‘Damn it, if I had been born black, I would not have to go through all this’.

  106. My family has never been there for me. They wait for things because we are blood.
  107. Anyone with a sense of humor will put my album and laugh from beginning to end.
  108. I think that my first album opened many doors for me to take freedom of expression to the limit.
  109. I did not invent saying offensive things.
  110. I say things that I think will surprise people. But I do not do things to impress people. I am not trying to be the next Tupac, but I do not know how long I will be on this planet. So while I’m here, I could also make the most of it.
  111. If you are the father, be a father. You know what I mean? I am a father I have daughters
  112. Five or six songs were leaked from the original version of ‘Encore’. So I had to go in and make new songs to replace them.
  113. As for my stuff, I’m just doing guest verses for other people’s records. I try to keep recording, because if I do not, I rust.
  114. When ‘Paul’s Boutique’ appeared, I was one of the fans who did not understand it.
  115. I do not think I’ve ever read poetry. I’m not really smart with books.
  116. Traveling is hard for the body.
  117. It drives me crazy inside, my insecurities could eat me alive.
  118. The question is, are bozos intelligent enough to feel stupid?
  119. You could go out with a dose of dynamite and you would not go out with a bang.
  120. I try to maintain a positive attitude and play cool, go up to the playground and tell the children to stay in school.
  121. See that I am a poet for some, a modern and regular Shakespeare
  122. I have all the miraculous lyric ability in me / With the agility to escape from a colony of murderous bees.
  123. Slim Shady, Eminem were the old initials.
  124. I make music to get fed up with fake music and hate music as the devil loves the music of Satan. So say your prayers your Ave Maria and Jesuses. Take two sticks, stick them together and make a crucifix.
  125. Sixty little foxes all of them dying of suffocation / after sipping urine through a sippie cup by Christopher Reeves
  126. I am a fan of attention. I love all the women of the world, and if I do not get them, I fall to the ground and start kicking my feet.
  127. I sold my soul to the devil. I’m going to hell. I’m going to hell. I want the money, the women, the fortune and the fame. That means I’ll end up burning in hell burning in flames. Satan will come to see me later to see if I am interested in becoming a member. Devil worshippin ‘, music of Satan.
  128. If there is no drama and negativity in my life, all my songs will be really dull and boring or something like that.
  129. Music is so therapeutic for me that if I can not get it out, I start to feel bad about myself, a lot of self-deprecation.
  130. Hip hop has always been boastful and boastful and “I’m better with you than this” and “I’m better with you than that.”
  131. It would be stupid for me to sit here and say that there are no children who admire me, but my responsibility is not for them. I’m not a nanny.
  132. I do not hate women; Sometimes they make me angry.
  133. I want to keep recording everything I can, but I do not know how long he will take it seriously in rap.
  134. Dealing with traitors, there was one thing I learned. They are only powerful when they turn their backs on you.
  135. For the people I forgot, you were not in my mind for some reason and you probably do not deserve any thanks anyway.
  136. Yes, I saw where the people who were accusing me came from. But, it’s like, anything that happened in the past between white and black, I really can not talk about that, because it was not there. I do not feel like I was born the color that I am, it makes me less a person.
  137. Nobody likes to fail. I want to be successful in everything I do, which is not much. But the things that really fascinate me, if I do not achieve them, if I do not succeed, what do I have?
  138. I’m stupid, I’m ugly, I’m stupid, I smell. Did I mention that I’m stupid?
  139. You know, fame is something fun, man, especially, you know, actors, musicians, rappers, rock singers, it’s kind of a lifestyle and it’s easy to get caught up in that: you go to bars, go to clubs, everyone is doing a certain thing … it’s difficult.
  140. It says a lot of truth in jest.
  141. I always wanted this, but it’s almost becoming more of a nightmare than a dream.
  142. My thing is this; If I’m sick enough to think about it, then I’m sick enough to say it.
  143. He was an intelligent child, but he hated school.
  144. I do not think my ironic will ever go away. I guess it’s just part of my personality. I always want to keep some kind of fun element for the music too. If a song is darker or is talking about a sad song, I do not want to make a full album of that, of being a disappointment. I do not want to make a complete album of being too ingenious.
  145. I am who I am and I say what I think. I’m not putting a face to the record.
  146. If people take something from my music, it should be a motivation to know that everything is possible as long as you keep working and do not back down.
  147. Sometimes it feels like a strange movie, you know, everything is so weird that sometimes I wonder if it’s really happening.
  148. It is better to try to stay fully awake, or you could end up dead in the lake.

    I was born with the biggest middle finger on Earth.

  149. My rhyming skills made you climb hills, I will travel through your mind in your spine like mermaid drills.
  150. My pen and paper cause a chain reaction, so your brain relaxes.
  151. Music is my time capsule. Each album reflects what I am going through or what is happening in my life at that moment.
  152. Any MC who chooses to go against me is taking advantage of Monica Lewinski
  153. I had this whole Slim Shady concept of being two different people, having two different sides of me. One of them was trying to let go, and I looked in the mirror and broke it. That was the whole introduction of the Slim Shady EP. Slim Shady was coming to chase me …
  154. Slim Shady are just the bad thoughts that come into my head. Things I should not be thinking about. It should not be a trick, but people should be able to determine when I’m serious and when I’m … close. That’s why many of my songs are fun. I have a deformed sense of humor, I suppose.
  155. Before judging someone, walk a mile instead.
  156. Insecure about my body, about my personality, sometimes even about my understanding of everything.
  157. I just never got into cars and it never mattered to me, as if I was always the kind of person who felt that as long as I earned enough money to support my family with this music that is all that really matters to me. You know what I mean, so I do not really buy, I just do not like material possessions and things like that, because at the end of the day, it just is not that important.
  158. I’m more like making people laugh, I suppose or I cry or whatever, but I guess presuming what I have for me personally is not characteristic.
  159. It’s a journey when people take sobriety for granted. Feeling trapped in my addiction and then becoming sober, you appreciate it much more, because I did not know if I would ever know what it is to feel normal again, ever.
  160. When I do something, I have to do it all the time; that goes for music, with a tall hat, a drum, a rhyme, everything. I have to take it to the extreme. This is how I realized that I have an addictive behavior. Someone told me this once, that what makes me bad is the same thing that makes me good at other things.
  161. The worst thing that could have happened to me as an addict was to have money.
  162. Of all the albums I made, I still do not feel like I made the perfect album. I have had some that touch this, and others that touch that, but never one that is perfect and completely relevant. I do not know if I’ll ever make it, but I certainly try every day.
  163. Coming as MC, I took the frustrations of the underground and took it with me to the mainstream. I know there was a certain complex that I had at the beginning that was just a bit paranoid or a little … sensitive.
  164. I certainly am not a fashion consultant. Do not call me if you want to know how to dress. I just rape. That’s all I really know how to do.
  165. England? England is in London right?
  166. My name is … Slim Shady! Ahem … excuse me! Can I get the attention of the class for a second? Hi kids! Do you like violence? Do you want to see me hit nine inches of nails through each of my eyelids? Do you want to copy me and do exactly what I did? Do you try to cid and fuck you worse than my life is?
  167. I’m Slim Shady, yes, I’m the real Shady. Everything else. Slim Shadys just imitates. So, is not it true that Slim Shady gets up, please get up, please, stand up?
  168. When a guy is bullied and shoots his school And they blame Marilyn [Manson], and the heroine Where were the parents? and look where it is in Middle America, now it’s a tragedy Now it’s so sad to see, a high-class city Havin ‘this happenin’ Then it attacks Eminem because I rape like this But I’m happy because they give me the fuel I need the Fire is burning and it is burning and I have returned.
  169. When I say that I will kill my baby’s mother, maybe I wanted to do it but I did not. Anyone who takes it literally is 10 times sicker than me.
  170. I do not think anything that anyone has to say should be censored or unheard of
  171. The truth is that you do not know what will happen tomorrow. Life is a crazy ride, and nothing is guaranteed.
  172. I say what I want to say and I do what I want to do. There is no intermediate. People will love you or hate you for it.
  173. If you have enemies, well that means you defended something.
  174. If someone is smoking a joint in a movie, I say it’s a cigarette, a big cigarette if it’s a Cheech and Chong movie.
  175. Step by step, heart to heart, left to the left. We all fall like toy soldiers. Little by little, torn, we never win.
  176. The opportunity can only come once in a lifetime.
  177. I like it when people talk s ** t. Because if people were not talking, there would be nothing to go back to. I need that. If I do not have ammunition, what am I going to say?
  178. I would rather die than not be by my side.
  179. Once you have been hated or discriminated against, I have been protested and I have manifested against.
  180. Love is bad, let it backward, I’ll show you.
  181. Do you ever love someone so much that you can barely breathe when you are with them?
  182. The reality is that you do not know exactly what is likely to happen tomorrow. Lifetime can be a ridiculous journey, and virtually nothing is confirmed.
  183. Of course you do not want your children to insult you. But remember how much fun it was to curse when you were in first grade.
  184. I have always respected what Wayne does, and Wayne, for me is definitely one of the best in the game at the moment.
  185. Trust is difficult to achieve. That’s why my circle is small and tight. I’m a little funny about making new friends.
  186. Somewhere in the background there’s a decent man in me, it just can not be found.
  187. Everyone has goals, aspirations or whatever, and everyone has been at a time in their lives where no one believed in them.
  188. Let’s say that there is a white child who lives in a nice home, goes to a completely white school, and is practically delivering everything on a tray, for me it is incredible for me to pick up a rap tape, because what he is saying is that he is living a fantasy life of rebellion.
  189. I am whatever it says that I am; If it were not like that, why would you say that I am?
  190. You’re not going to say anything about me that I’m not going to say about myself. There are so many things that I think about myself; If someone really wanted to attack me, they could say this and this and this. So I’m going to say it before they can. It is the best policy for me.
  191. Why is it so difficult for people to believe that whites are poor? I would not say he lived in a ghetto; I would say that I lived in the neighborhood. The same friends that I had at that time are the same people who are on tour with me now.
  192. I do not think I thought of myself as Superman. But there were people who thought of me that way, and maybe I believed them a little.
  193. I had a dream, I was the King, I woke up, still the King
  194. I was playing at the beginning, everything changed.
  195. People will hate you for telling the truth, but you must learn to face them, so do not be offended if I say something you do not like.
  196. Inside I will always be a stranger
  197. And all those who despise me I’m tearing down your balcony.
  198. You have to live it to feel it, you did not want it.
  199. I find you offensive because I find myself offensive
  200. I’m a little sicker than the average guy, I think.
  201. Everything always happens for a reason.
  202. She [Benzino] is obsessed with me. I never thought I would see the day when the worst rapper in the world would face one of the best.
  203. I do not need a tank top to be a wife beater
  204. My songs can make you cry, take you by surprise at the same time, it can make you dry your eyes with the same rhyme
  205. I shoot for the moon but I’m too busy looking at the stars.
  206. I’m standing on my Monopoly board that means I’m at the top of my game
  207. All my life I’ve been dealing with my race because of where I grew up [Detroit] and being in the rap game. I’m at a boiling point … Anyone who pulls out the race card returns it to his face.
  208. What are friends? Friends are people that you think are your friends. But in reality they are your enemies, with secret identities and disguises, to hide the true colors. So when you think you get close enough to be brothers. They want to come back and cut your throat when you’re not there. look in’…
  209. Je ne peux plus continuer of rapper … J’ai assassine l’alphabet!
  210. Do not ever let anyone tell you, you’re not beautiful
  211. Love is just a word, but you bring definition.
  212. But music is a reflection of oneself, we just explain it, and then we receive our checks by mail.
  213. The writing process, the way I do it is that I do whatever I feel the rhythm, whatever the rhythm asks me to do. Usually, when the rhythm is activated, I think of a hook or the subject that I want to rap almost instantly. Within four, eight bars playing, I’m like, ‘Oh, it’s okay. This is what I want to do. ‘
  214. You could not force the fans to throw their hands if they swallowed their fingers.
  215. Since I was twelve, I felt like I was someone else, because I hung my original self from the upper bunk with a belt.
  216. My English teacher wanted to have sex with me in high school … the only problem was that my English teacher was a guy … I hit him in the face with an eraser, I chased him with a stapler and grabbed his nuts to a pile of papers.
  217. 99% of my life they lied to me. I just discovered that my mother does more drugs than me (Damn!). I told her that I was going to grow up to be a famous rapper, write a disc about drugs and name her (-Oh, thank you!).
  218. I just remembered that I’m distracted … wait, I mean I’ve lost my mind, I can not find it.
  219. I like happy things, I am really calm and at peace. I like birds, bees, I like people. I like the funny things that make me happy and happy … like when my teacher sucked my tongue in the preschool.
  220. My brain is gone, my soul is worn out and my spirit is torn. The rest of my body is still operating.
  221. If you could count the skeletons in my closet, under my bed and under my tap, then you would know that I have completely lost it. Is he crazy? No, he is crazy!
  222. You can be a permanent fixture in my lyrical mix.
  223. Answer me, I am even the score equally. Take Jerry Springer and hit your ass legally.
  224. In the land of murderers, the mind of a sinner is a sanctuary.
  225. As for being infected with AIDS, I still do not know, I’m too afraid of being tested.
  226. If we can check dead animals and antelopes, there is no reason why a man and another man can not escape.
  227. Many of my rhymes are just to make people laugh. Anybody with half a brain can say when I’m kidding and when I’m serious
  228. When you feel you’ve had this far, and you’re angry enough to scream, but you’re so sad to cry, that’s the bottom line.
  229. No more grams of cut, and wrap grands in rubber bands, I am a recovered man, our plans to discover other lands, suburban places made me look for an oasis, glass for the cases, ladies of all races with faces of ten cents, sex on the white sandy beaches of Santo Tomas, although this is not promised, I’m as determined as they are veterans.
  230. This opportunity only comes once in a lifetime.
  231. Be a king? Do not think. Why be a king when you can be a God?
  232. All I see are ladybugs in magazines smiling … What happened to run away and be violent? What happened to catching a good old-fashioned and passionate ass? And they took off your shoes, coat and hat?
  233. Because sometimes you feel tired, you feel weak and when you feel weak, you feel that you want to give up. But you have to look inside yourself, you must find that inner strength and just take that shit out of you and get that motivation to not give up and not be a winner, no matter how bad you want to just fall flat on your face and collapse.
  234. I’m not afraid to take a position. Everyone take my hand. We will walk together on this road, through the storm. Any climate, cold or warm. I only let you know that you are not alone. Holla if you feel that you have gone through the same path.
  235. The money will wash your brain and leave your ass senseless.
  236. I’m not afraid, to take a position Everyone comes to take my hand.
  237. I would have to walk a thousand miles in my shoes just to see how I am!
  238. But you lied again. Now you can see how it goes through the window. I guess that’s why they call it ‘window panel.
  239. That is why we take advantage of the moment we try to freeze it and possess it, tighten it and hold it.
  240. I have the right to remain violent. Everything he says can and will be used against him.
  241. It is better that you lose yourself in music, the moment you have it, the better you never let it go. You only have one chance, do not lose the opportunity to explode. This opportunity comes once in a lifetime,
  242. Yes, it’s been a trip, I think I had to go to that place to get to this. Now some of you would still be in that place. If you are trying to leave, just follow me, I will take you there.
  243. You can try to read my letters of this paper before putting them, but you will not leave these words aside before saying them.
  244. Sometimes you just have to let sh-t go and say “to hell with that” and follow.
  245. When I die, so does hip hop.
  246. As long as the evil feels good, it is as if it were in flight.
  247. The spirit of the devil is trapped inside me. My soul is possessed by this demon, my new name is Rain Man. So I keep conjuring (demons), sometimes I wonder where these thoughts come from (Satan). I’m just relaying what the voice says in my head. Do not shoot the messenger, I’m just a friend of the monster that is under my bed. Get along with the voices inside my head.
  248. Love, when spelled backwards and read phonetically, misread
  249. You do not want to go look for it. It will never be my chair that places you, the crown so tight that it cuts off circulation to the brain without oxygen. In other words, there is no heir to the throne.
  250. Because this is what happens when evil meets evil. We hit the trees until they looked like Vietnamese humans.
  251. I do not speak, I float in the air wrapped in a sheet, I’m not a real person, I’m a ghost caught in a heartbeat
  252. God sent me to piss off the world!
  253. They call me superman, I’m here to rescue you.
  254. Me and Marcus Allen went to see Nicole. We heard a knock at the door, it must have been Ron Gold. He jumped behind the door, put the orgy on hold. He killed them both and smeared blood on the white Bronco.
  255. I was born prematurely. My first words were “bleep, bleep” and “Curse, Curse” My breath still stinks and I am in my 3rd certificate.
  256. Infinite was trying to figure out how I wanted my rap style to be, how I wanted to sound in the microphone and introduce myself. It was a stage of growth. I felt that Infinite was like a demo that has just been pressed.
  257. I do not like to give the story of sobbing: growing up in a single-parent home, I never met my father, my mother never worked, and when friends came I would hide the wellness cheese. I failed ninth grade three times, but I do not think it’s necessarily because I’m stupid. I did not go to school. I could not try
  258. My first memory was to rape the nanny when she was 5 years old … she was 15 years old.
  259. Why is it so difficult for people to believe that whites are poor? I would not say that I lived in a ghetto, I would say that I lived in the neighborhood. The same friends that I had at that time are the same people who are on tour with me now.
  260. We keep going back and forth because my mother never had a job. They expelled us from all the houses we were in. I think six months have been the longest we have lived in a house.
  261. You can not control who likes you. If I have Backstreet Boy fans, what am I supposed to do? Turn them around? Who likes my things, likes my things, but I only know that Slim Shady is hip hop, I grew up in hip hop, it’s the music I love and it’s the music I respect. I respect the culture … that’s me.
  262. I had too many Nyquil and Vivarin again. I lost my stomach all over the place.
  263. Never take ecstasy, beer, baccardi, herb, pepto bismol, vivarin, tums, tagamet hb, xanax and valium on the same day. Makes it difficult to sleep at night.
  264. It offends me when people say, ‘So, be a white rapper … and grow white … after being born white …’ That’s all I’ve heard!
  265. I try not to look at him that way. Be white I do not get up every day and I look in the mirror, ‘Oh. I’m white’.
  266. Saving Private Ryan was probably the saddest and most unhealthy movie I’ve ever seen, and I did not see anyone criticizing that for the violence.
  267. I grew up listening to 2 Live Crew and N.W.A. and I never went out and shot anyone.
  268. I’d rather die than not be by my side.
  269. What are friends? Friends are people that you think are your friends, but in reality they are your enemies, with secret identities.
  270. I get intimidated because I force myself to do what I set out to do.
  271. I should have fallen but I was standing
  272. But no matter how many fish in the sea, it would be so empty without me.
  273. Take advantage of the moment and do not waste it. Because you never know when everything could be over.
  274. You are still beautiful to me, because you are my mother.
  275. Be yourself, the moment you start being yourself, you will win.
  276. Despite what I say in my songs, it is never right for a man to lay his hands on a woman.
  277. Just be a man, be proud of who you are.
  278. My skin is too thick and bulletproof to touch me.
  279. I can never turn my back on a city that made me.
  280. I just had a fifth of vodka, do I dare to drive?
  281. At least have the decency in you / Leave me alone, when the fans see me leave / On the streets when I’m eating or feeding my daughter
  282. I think that people can change, but only for worse
  283. I would love it if, even for a day, you could walk through a neighborhood and see an Asian guy sitting on his porch, then look across the street and see a black and white sitting on their porches, and a Mexican uncle Walking by.
  284. He came into the world at a time when he needed a villain / An imbecile, that role that I think I succeed in meeting / I do not think he stopped me to think he was talking to children / Everything was happening so fast, it was like I blinked, I sold three million.
  285. They said monkfish like a robot, so call me rapbot.
  286. Once you have been hated or discriminated against, I have been protested and I have manifested against.
  287. Love is bad, describe it the other way around, I’ll show you.
  288. Do you ever love someone so much that you can barely breathe when you are with them?
  289. They say that music can alter moods and talk to you.
  290. Look, regardless of what someone thinks that he hates me; You will not make or break me.
  291. I have nothing to lose, but something to gain.
  292. You’ve heard about hell, well, they sent me from there.
  293. The people in rehabilitation were stealing hats, pens and notebooks and asking for autographs. I could not concentrate on my problem.
  294. It’s nothing, but a lot of suckin ‘in rap.
  295. You know, I do not know if you know this about me or not, but I’m a big problem.
  296. I am grateful for the talent that God gave me and I am grateful for the atmosphere that placed me.
  297. Believe it or not, I thank my mom for how she raised me in a neighborhood every day to jump and chase me. He only made me what I am today.
  298. Try to strip me of my credibility and make me look false, G only awaits a rude awakening.
  299. I like gay men, right, Ken?
  300. Slim Shady: Warmer than a set of twin babies In a Mercedes Benz, with the windows open When the temperature rises in the mid 80’s.
  301. Hip-hop is universal now, now it’s all commercial. It’s like a circle full of circus clowns in the circuit now.
  302. I get imaginative with my mouth full of adjectives, a brain full of adverbs and a box full of laxatives, Shittin ‘on rappers, causing accidents in the hospital.
  303. Soul escapes through this hole that is open
  304. You can do something of your life, it just depends on your impulse.
  305. They call me Superman, they jump high hoes in a single jump.
  306. So many lives I touch, so much anger.
  307. If I had a wish, I would ask for an ass big enough for everyone to kiss.
  308. I’m almost as normal as Norman Bates.
  309. I gave herpes to a girl in exchange for syphilis, I put my LP on her list of Christmas gifts.
  310. I do not want to just die normally, I want to die twice.
  311. I have a generation of brainwashing to blow up pills and smoke marijuana until the brains rot.
  312. Although I am not the first king of the controversy, I am the worst since Elvis Presley. To make black music so selfishly, and use it to enrich me.
  313. Follow me and do exactly what the song says, smoke grass, take pills, leave school, kill people and baby, and jump behind the wheel as if it were still illegal.
  314. I want to go on television and just drop it. But he can not, but it’s great for Tom Green to fuck a dead elk.
  315. Music is a reflection of oneself.
  316. He told me that my tape taught them to curse. What about the make-up that allows her to use her 12-year-old daughter?
  317. Britney Spears has shoulders like a man.
  318. He hit her so hard that I hit her clothes back like Kris Kross.
  319. I did not know that I would become my mother’s evil seed and I would do these evil deeds.
  320. Mother, are you there? I love you I never wanted to hit your head with that shovel.
  321. The parents are angry, but the kids love it.
  322. If that nightingale does not sing and that ring does not shine, I will break the neck of that little bird.
  323. My moral was when the president became oral.
  324. If I said in one of my songs that my English teacher wanted to have sex with me in high school, all I’m saying is that I’m not gay, you know? People confuse the letter to tell me what I think. I do not agree with that lifestyle, but if that lifestyle is for you, then it’s your business.
  325. They say that love is powerful like cough syrup and Styrofoam. All I know is that I fell asleep and woke up in that Monte Carlo with the ugly Kardashian … Lamar, oh, I’m sorry. Me, we have finished as much as setting the bar low.
  326. It is not a competition, and I am not in conquest without a partner.
  327. Now, who is the king of these obscene, ridiculous and lucrative letters? who could inherit the title, put the hysterical young man; using his music as a spirit
  328. I have to formulate a plot or end up in jail or shot, success is my only option, failure is not.
  329. Sometimes I’m really great, but sometimes I could be a real asshole. I think everyone is like that.
  330. Life … by Marshall Mathers … What is life? Life is like a big obstacle against your optics to slow you down … And every time you think you’ve passed, it’s going to come back and face the damn ground.
  331. Ninety-nine percent of my life they lied to me. I just discovered that my mother does more drugs than me.
  332. I pray that God will respond, maybe I’ll ask you better


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