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Eminem Raps On Whitney...

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Eminem takes lyrical jabs at a half dozen celebrities on "Ain't Nuttin' But Music," a song on D12's Devil's Night, scheduled to be released June 19. In one verse, Eminem disses Britney Spears, Everlast, Limp Bizkit's DJ Lethal, and Whitney Houston, while entangling NSYNC's Justin Timberlake and actor Ben Affleck in the mix.

In the first verse of the Dr. Dre-produced song, Eminem raps, "This just in/Britney just dissed Justin/She just f--ked Ben/Got t-t f--ked and d--k-sucked him/If Affleck can get his ass licked/How come I can't, sh-t/God damn b--ch/I'm rich/I can't understand this/Are those pictures they made of us together on the internet/The closest I'm ever going to get to hitting it from the back and sh-t/ 'Cause when it comes to that/I hit harder from the back than Everlast when he's plucking Lethal in his f--king ass/Just give me one more chance/Britney hit me one more time/Let me know what's on your mind/Whitney get me one more line to sniff..."

On "Blow My Buzz," D12 member Bizzare takes a shot at civil rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson, who earlier this year admitted to fathering an illegitimate child via an extramarital affair. In Bizzare's verse, he raps about putting "a date rape drug" in a girl's drink, getting ready to have sex with her, and wraps with, "B--ches I'm catching/Blunts I'm matching/Don't call me Bizarre/I'm the Reverend Jesse Jackson." The album also includes the Limp Bizkit dis "Girls."

"Purple Hills," the first single released from D12's Devil's Night, is Number 16 on Billboard's Rhythmic Top 40 chart.

-- Billy Johnson Jr., Los Angeles

[Thanks Margaret]

NEWSFILE: 15 JUNE 2001

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