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Eminem is a friend of fellow Detroit rap/rock star Kid Rock, and
guested on Rock's "Devil Without a Cause" on the track "Fuck Off".
Rock made uncredited appearances scratching on some of Eminem's
tracks.
The second "E" in his stage name has been reversed on his records
since his second album The Marshall Mathers LP. The backwards "E" has
become a logo for him, appearing prominently in his videos and stage
set.
Several songs were released in response to the track "Stan" off of The
Marshall Mathers LP. Enemy rapper Canibus released the track "U Didn't
Care," rapping as the Stan character and implying that Eminem doesn't
care about his fans. The Pet Shop Boys released "The Night I Fell in
Love," in which a male fan goes backstage at an Eminem concert and has
a one-night stand with him. Christian rapper KJ-52 released "Dear
Slim" and "Dear Slim pt. 2," open letters to Eminem in a similar style
to "Stan."
When Dr. Dre first heard his tape, he thought Eminem was black.[26]
Several of his songs have been parodied. The most famous incident was
"Weird Al" Yankovic's parody of "Lose Yourself," entitled "Couch
Potato" and featuring new lyrics about television programming. He has
also been parodied twice by the Christian parody band ApologetiX, with
"Lose Yourself" ("Look Yourself") and "The Real Slim Shady" ("The Real
Sin Savior").
Eminem is left-handed. This can be seen in a scene in 8 Mile where he
is sitting on a bus with a pencil in his left hand, as well as in
several of the promotional posters for the film, which depict him
writing lyrics with his left hand.
Eminem's height: 5'8" (1.73m).
His real hair color is in fact a dark brown, he bleaches his hair with
peroxide (as stated in "White America"); he did not bleach his hair in
8 Mile, and so his natural hair color can be seen in the movie.
Eminem wears glasses, which can be seen in some of his interviews, as
well as on the music videos for "Mockingbird" and "Stan".
In March 2003, Spin...


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