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Some people like him others despise him Eminems lyrics both hurt and help him Some people think his lyrics and beliefs are inappropriate while others idle him and understand the words he uses and the way he expresses them So while Eminem has many followers he also makes a lot of enemies with his words and beliefs Eminem Marshall Bruce Mathers 3 was born on October 17 1972 in Kansas City Missouri Eminem spent a good deal of his childhood moving back and forth between Kansas City and Detroit Michigan Him and his mother at age of 12 permanently settled down in the east side of Detroit Eminem switched schools every two or three months which made it hard for him to make friends stay out of trouble and graduate The east side of Detroit is a largely black low-middle class Detroit neighborhood They were the only white family on the block After failing the ninth grade the third time he finally gave up and dropped out of school Marshall has had it rough from the beginning but things only got worse when he and his mother moved to the black side of Detroit There was bound to be confrontations and obstacles in his path One of his worst enemies of high school was a black guy named DAnglio Bailey although no one called him that One day he came into the bathroom when Marshall was taking a leak and beat the crap out of him He is the bully that gets the broomstick in the song brain damage But the thing that really hurt him was one day during recess in the winter Eminem was taunting a younger friend of DAnglio He came running from the other side of the playground and hit Eminem so hard into the snow bank that he blanked out Eminem was sent home and his ear started to bleed and he was taken to the hospital He had a
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