Eminem is one of the greatest rappers of all time. Many have argued that he is the greatest person to have ever picked up a microphone. His latest musical appearance is on Boogie's album, popping up on "Rainy Days." One of his lyrics caused a stir when he made a play on Janice Dickinson's name. The bar in question is the following: "But when you got nothing to say except for the hand your dick is in/And if your plan’s to stick it in Janice Dickinson/Imagine if the Temazepam is kickin’ in, it’s havin’ you panic-stricken." The song was released a few weeks back but the former supermodel has spoken out about the sexually explicit lyric.

In an interview with DailyMailTV, Dickinson noted that she was both offended and flattered by the reference. In her mind, you can't really be mad when Em decides to include you in one of his songs. Janice claims to be one of the biggest Slim Shady fans in the world. The lyric was controversial because Janice is also one of Bill Cosby's victims but unlike a few members of her family, she's actually embracing this current situation. She suggests that Boogie and Em actually put her in the official music video. "It's not nice to be dropped into a song in this context," she added. "But it's phenomenal to be associated with Eminem in any way possible, in my psyche, because he's a God. I've taken a higher road on being offended by the snarly way he referred to me."

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