“If Em was black, he would be the next Muhammad Ali”: Rappers Are DEFENDING Eminem Hate – Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates, Fat Joe, 50 Cent, Papoose etc.

Some of the most respected names in the rap game – Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates, Fat Joe, 50 Cent, Papoose, and Page Kennedy – come together to defend one of their own: Eminem.

Despite being a trailblazer in the rap industry and one of the most successful artists of all time, Eminem has been the target of a lot of hate and criticism lately. But in this video, his fellow rappers set the record straight.

They speak passionately about Eminem’s talent, work ethic, and impact on the culture. They also address some of the misconceptions and stereotypes that have been perpetuated about him.

As true fans of hip-hop, these rappers know the importance of standing up for one another and supporting the art form they love. And in this video, they do just that – with conviction, intelligence, and heart.

So if you’re a fan of Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates, Fat Joe, 50 Cent, Papoose, Page Kennedy, or Eminem himself, you won’t want to miss this powerful message of solidarity and respect. Watch now and join the conversation!

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Kevin Gates Defends Eminem After Melle Mel’s Criticism: “He In My Top 5”

Kevin Gates came to Eminem’s defense during an interview with TMZ, earlier this week, revealing that the legendary rapper is one of his favorites of all time. The comments come after Melle Mel argued that Eminem is only considered an all-time great because he’s white. Mel made the remarks during a controversial interview with The Art of Dialogue in which he also criticized Kendrick Lamar and Lil Wayne.

“He in my top 5,” Kevin Gates told the outlet. “He the truth. Who can make a song like ’Stan’?” When asked further about Mel’s comments, he added: “Listen, I don’t get in all of that. It’s only two types of people. It’s real people, and it’s fake people. Real people do real things, and fake people do fake things.” Gates isn’t the only one to come to Eminem’s defense. 50 Cent, Fat Joe, Papoose, and more have all spoken out in disagreement with Mel’s comments.


As for Mel’s original argument, he had been discussing Billboard and Vibe‘s recent Top 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time list. Regarding Eminem’s placement, he said: “Obviously, he’s a capable rapper. If we was talkin’ about sales, he sold more than everybody, if you talkin’ about rhyme style, okay, he got a rhyme style. But he’s white! He’s white! So now, if Eminem was just another n***a like all the rest of us, would he be Top 5 on that list? When a n***a that can rhyme just as good as him is [No.] 35? That had records and all that. He’s 35. He’s white.”

“So, you know, anybody can be as mad as they want. They can feel how they wanna feel,” Mel continued. “If you don’t think that race plays a part in the equation in how great he is—I heard one of the dudes that’s down with him, [Royce Da 5’9”], I heard he’s just as good as Eminem. Why ain’t he as big as Eminem? Because he’s Black! None of that sh*t [is] hard to figure out!”

Rappers Are DEFENDING Eminem Hate - Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates, Fat Joe, 50  Cent, Papoose etc. - YouTube

Numerous rappers have recently come forward to defend Eminem, expressing admiration for his talent and impact on hip-hop culture. In a series of clips, these rappers voiced their support for Eminem’s contributions to the genre, despite acknowledging his race.

One rapper emphasized Eminem’s exceptional rhyme style, highlighting that talent transcends racial boundaries. He emphasized that if a round table were to be created exclusively for the most brilliant lyricists in hip-hop history, Eminem would undoubtedly have a seat at that table. This sentiment was echoed by others who praised Eminem’s skill and influence in the genre.

However, the discussion took a turn when Melly Mel, a legendary figure in hip-hop, suggested that Eminem’s success was primarily due to his whiteness. This sparked disagreement among the rappers, with many expressing their disagreement with Melly Mel’s assertion. They argued that Eminem’s talent and impact on hip-hop cannot be denied, regardless of his race.

One rapper pointed out that Eminem’s success paved the way for other white rappers to enter the hip-hop scene, but it was Eminem’s skill and artistry that set him apart. They emphasized that Eminem’s talent transcends racial boundaries and deserves recognition on its own merit.

Despite their respect for Melly Mel as a pioneer in hip-hop, the rappers disagreed with his assessment of Eminem’s place in the genre. They emphasized Eminem’s skill, influence, and contributions to hip-hop culture, asserting that he rightfully deserves his place among the top rappers of all time.

In conclusion, while acknowledging the complexities of race in hip-hop, these rappers defended Eminem’s talent and impact on the genre, emphasizing that his success is rooted in his skill and artistry rather than his whiteness.