Eminem disses his own kids at his latest song “f**k em, they’re brats!”

Eminem is making a strong comeback with his new single, which plays on the idea of making his ‘career disappear’ ahead of his upcoming album, The Death of Slim Shady.

Fans have proclaimed that ‘real rap is back’ on his new song “Houdini.” However, no one is spared from his lyrical assault, including his own children.

The track starts by referencing Megan Thee Stallion and the Steve Miller Band, kicking off with one of his most iconic melodies:

“Guess who’s back, back again?

Eminem on song “Houdini”/YouTube

Shady’s back, tell a friend. Guess who’s back? Guess who’s back? Guess who’s back? Guess who’s back? Guess who’s back? Guess who’s back?

Guess who’s back? (Haha) Da-da-da, da, da, da, da, da, da. Da-da-da, da, da, da, da.”

You know the one.

Throughout the track, Eminem attempts to metaphorically kill off his alter ego

‘Slim Shady’ while also joking about disregarding everyone who has helped him reach his current success. This includes Dr. Dre, Jimmy lovine, and even his children, all of whom appear in the music video.


Eminem shares three children with his ex-wife, Kim Scott: Hailie Jade Scott, Alaina Scott, and Stevie Laine Scott.

He raps:

“But you can all suck my dk, in fact Fk them, fk Dre, fk Jimmy, fk me, fk you Fk my own kids, they’re brats (Fk ’em) They can screw off (Yeah), them and you all (Uh).

You too, Paul (Punk), got two balls Big as RuPaul’s (Woah).”

His daughter Hailie has reacted after her father’s lyrics dissed her and her siblings. You can check the viral video by clicking here.

Written by Telha

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