Eminem Refers To Ariana Grande's Concert Bombing On New Album 'Music To Be Murdered By'


Eminem refers to Ariana Grande's concert bombing in his track from the new album, Music To Be Murdered By. Read more about Eminem’s controversial lyrics.

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:

Eminem’s controversial lyrics about the bombing at Ariana Grande‘s Manchester concert has been giving the rapper a lot of backlash on social media. In one of Eminem’s new songs from his surprise album, Music To Be Murdered By he mentioned the tragic incident that occurred three years ago. The song is called Unaccomodating and features Young M.A. 

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Eminem refers to Ariana Grande's Manchester Arena bombing

In the song, Eminem has a line which stated, “But I’m contemplating yelling ‘Bombs away’ on the game/Like I’m outside of an Ariana Grande concert waiting”. It is clearly a reference from the tragic incidents that happened at the pop singer’s show and it is not shocking to see Eminem taking such popular references to express what he wants to say. Social media has been filled with fans letting out what they feel about Eminem's latest song and album.

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Here are what the fans are saying about Eminem’s new song and album. 

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