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Is Eminem Gay? Truth About Eminem Gay Interview on YouTube

Eminem has reigned the hip-hop world, Since the 1990s and his radiance has never faded. He is one of the biggest-selling music artists in the world, and his lyrical prowess makes him one of the best rappers in hip-hop history.

Eminem eating meat sauce at Mom's Spaghetti restaurant in Detroit

Eminem eating meat sauce at Mom’s Spaghetti restaurant in Detroit

Apart from his dominance in hip-hop, the rapper’s relationship with the LGBTQ community has been called into question on multiple occasions. Is Eminem a homosexual? Here’s everything you need to know about the Detroit-born musician’s sexuality.

Kimberly Anne Scott, the rapper’s ex-wife, has been married to him twice, first from 1999 until 2001 and then briefly in 2006. The rapper has not been in a serious relationship that led to marriage since his second divorce. The rapper has also misled fans into believing he is gay, despite a history of homophobic slurs in his tracks.

Is Eminem really gay?

Eminem has admitted to meeting new individuals on the homosexual dating app Grindr.

The 45-year-old rapper married Kimberly Scott twice, initially in 1999 and then again in 2006 after a 5-year separation, before divorcing in the same year. He and Kimberly have a 21-year-old daughter.

Once bitten, twice shy, they say, but Eminem is still on the lookout for someone with whom he may fall in love.

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Watch Eminem’s YouTube Interview where he was asked about being gay ;

Eminem admitted to using dating apps in an interview with a major US publication, saying, “I mean, sure. Tinder, for sure. And there’s Grindr. I used to frequent strip joints as well.”

He said, ” “I’m not sure what to say. I used to meet girls by going to strip joints. It was an interesting period in my life. It’s difficult. I’ve gone on a few dates since my divorce, but nothing has worked out in a way that I’d like to make public. I’m not in the mood for dating right now. Am I by myself? No, I’m OK. However, thank you for inquiring.”

Marshall Mathers is Eminem’s true name, and he just made headlines by announcing the release date for his upcoming album. Skylar Grey, Kehlani, Alicia Keys, Pink, and Ed Sheeran are among the big stars that will appear on the album. X Ambassadors, a New York rock band, will also perform. His ninth studio album, “Revival,” is also his first in four years.

Eminem Asks Himself ‘What If I Was Gay?’ in New Song

Eminem appears to be entering the LGBTQ debate.

“What If I Was Gay,” a new tune leaked to Rap Century, speculates on how the public might respond if the artist came out as LGBT. With rapper Joyner Lucas, Eminem features as a featured artist.

“What if I’m simply a hypocrite frightened of the truth? / What if I told you I’m gay as well?” Eminem sings.

The rapper’s publicists have assured Metro and other sources that he is not gay.

The song will be included on Joyner’s forthcoming album. Joyner appears to be addressing the topic of being LGBTQ in leaked lyrics.

“But on the real, what if I told you that I was brave? / I grew up different than I was raised / But still, what if I told you I’m out of place? / Wait. What if I told you that I was gay?”

Many of Joyner’s songs have “in someone else’s shoes” themes, according to Twitter users. But, given his lengthy and difficult history with the homosexual community, Eminem’s appearance on the single seems especially notable.

Despite image rehabilitation efforts such as a Grammys duet with Elton John, the Detroit rapper has continued to employ homophobic words in his lyrics. He used the slur in a diss on Tyler the Creator in the 2018 track “Fall,” saying, “Tyler produce nothing, I see why you called yourself a faggot, bitch / You’re sacrilegious not just because you don’t pay attention / but because you worship D12’s balls.”

Eminem has mocked his tumultuous relationship in the past, most notably in the Seth Rogen and James Franco film The Interview, in which he came out as gay in a pretend interview before publicists shut it down.

In the song “Medicine Ball,” he also mentions bisexuality, rapping, “I got a vasectomy Hector / So you can’t get pregnant if I bisexually damage you.”

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