Eminem and pink dating
By most reasonable standards, Pink was the highlight of August’s MTV Video Music Awards.No, not for her characteristically athletic, career-summary medley, but for the three-minute speech she offered upon being given the Video Vanguard Award, which used her daughter’s self-esteem issues as a launching pad for a whirlwind treatise on artistic boldness and pop androgyny.The Grammy-winner has included countless disses towards his mom, Debbie Mathers, on his albums, so much so that she filed a million dollar slander lawsuit against her own son back in 1999.
Sure, we know about his struggles with sobriety, his controversy sparked by the many offensive and controversial lyrics in his hit songs and his success as an artist—but how much do we know about the real man behind the fame and fortune? First and foremost, Em has never shied from expressing himself when it comes to, well, everything, but especially his relationships with perhaps the two most important women in his life: his mother and the mother of his daughter, Hailie Jade Scott Mathers.
You could argue that it was a little bit messy or long on family TMI, but then you’d be arguing against the whole concept of Pink, which would be a bad idea.
Making empowerment not seem boring at this late date might’ve been an even more impressive stunt than the aerialist ones of VMAs past.
According to Forbes, the rapper is worth around 0 million, putting him in the top tier of wealthy rappers with the likes of Usher, Russell Simmons and 50 Cent.
(Sure, Jay-Z, Sean "Diddy" Combs and Dre are higher up on the charts...)Successful endorsements, a booming record label and popular worldwide tours have all contributed to his serious cash flow, despite the fact that he hasn't released a new album since 2013.
Not only has be won 15 Grammy Awards, an Academy Award for 's "Lose Yourself," been entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for using the most words in a single song for 2015's "Rap God," and much, much more, he's also been able to keep the public eye relatively away from his day-to-day life.