Rihanna and eminem dating
When you look at the lives these two have lead, does it feel credible?
Hard to say it doesn’t.”In the blogosphere, the reaction to the video—which already has 29 million views (and counting)—has been mixed.
They both, I imagine, want the song to be about someone else.
Eminem is even on a field of dreams, as he raps, isn’t he?
Their band mostly gave live performances at a hotel named ‘Ramada Inns’.
Years later his parents divorced and married to other partners. He lived at Detroit, with his three half-siblings from mother’s side.
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How can one A) achieve Megan Fox hotness or B) become a nerdy, yet strangely sexy actor, so one can make out with her repeatedly in a video? The singer—who made national headlines in February 2009 when photos surfaced of her bruised face, courtesy of Chris Brown— told MTV News why she decided to take part in the song, a depiction of Eminem's relationship with his ex, Kim, in which he cops to being abusive."It just was authentic.
Says Smith: "To see Em and Rihanna in those situations would be darn close to reality TV.”Besides, says Werde: “If Em and Rihanna were actually making out on screen, I think the world would have collapsed in a celebrity supernova."The video utilizes a series of ridiculous bad video tropes: Rihanna stands in front of a burning house, wearing underwear and a giant cross around her neck (no, you’ve not wandered onto the set of Madonna’s “Like a Prayer”), Eminem raps in the aforementioned field for no reason at all, famous actors fight and make up, before they and the house catch fire—which seems to imply to people not paying close attention that dysfunctional relationships are sort of hot (in both a literal and metaphorical way), and, also, very, very deep.
With Fox and Monaghan acting out the Eminem-Rihanna parts, says Smith, "They both stand back from the cruelty and the melodrama.
Tricia Romano is an award-winning writer who has written about pop culture, style, and celebrity for the New York Times, the Village Voice, Spin, and Radar magazine.
Parents of this rapper turned record producer was associated with the music world.