Famous rapper Marshall Mathers, better known by his stage name Eminem (50), he never hid the fact that his upbringing was very difficult.
The rapper has often spoken about his abusive and alcoholic mother, and his father, who left him when he was only a few months old.
So many were surprised when the “Slim Shady” singer released the feature film “8 Mile,” which was semi-autobiographical about Eminem’s rise to fame.
In the film, the 50-year-old star plays Jimmy Smith Jr., a factory worker who struggles to gain respect within the rap circuit.
The film was lauded by both critics and fans, and won a number of accolades at the 2003 Academy Awards – including Best Original Song, “Lose Yourself.”
“This is going to be epic.”
Now, nearly 20 years after his success, the rapper is bringing good news to his fans, who can hardly wait.
Together with the rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (47) Marshall Mathers confirms that the duo is now developing a series based on the critically acclaimed film.
After numerous speculations and rumors claiming the duo planned a series, Jackson got the magazine out of his mouth and confirmed the news on photo-sharing service Instagram on Friday — much to fans’ excitement.
“That would be crazy!” , was one of the things the 47-year-old wrote in the post’s caption, and the comments section almost went up in flames after the cute collaboration was revealed.
“This is going to be absolutely epic! I can’t wait!” read many of the comments.
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