"Thanks for the support, assholes!"
Eminem's Kamikaze was a project filled with shots towards Revival's critics. Although his latest project was one of his better projects in a very long time, he still caught flack and faced even more criticism. Now, he's taken aim at the critics of his latest project with a full-page advertisement in a magazine.
Eminem reportedly took a full-page out of The Hollywood Reporter to take aim at his Kamikaze critics with his new advertisement. Eminem singles out several music publications who slammed his latest project such as The Hollywood Reporter, Pitchfork, Billboard, Noisey, Vulture and more.
"The work of an aging artist trying, and failing, to remain relevant," a quote from The Hollywood Reporter
"A stale misfire," another quote from Noisey's review read.
The ad shows the fighter jet from the album's cover and below that, Eminem reminds everybody of the stats.
"#1 in 103 countries and 434,000 equivalent album units in the US first week”, the ad reads. "Thanks for the support, assholes!"
Despite the harsh reviews, it's undoubtedly been one of the biggest topics discussed this month. Em's latest project sparked a new feud with Machine Gun Kelly and caused further tension with Joe Budden. Last Friday, Eminem issued his official response to MGK a week a go with "KILLSHOT.." The song served as a response to MGK's "Rap Devil" which dropped earlier this month.
You could read our review of Eminem's Kamikaze here.