It was only a matter of time until the younger generation came after Eminem.
For the past few weeks, Gen Z TikTok users have been going viral by calling out Eminem over his history of controversial lyrics by noting that his collaboration with Rihanna “Love the Way You Live” glorifies toxic relationships and domestic violence.
Here are the lyrics that have been cited by the Gen Z TikTokers.
“I know I’m a liar/If she ever tries to f*****’ leave again, I’ma tie her/To the bed and set this house on fire,”
Millennials have now decided to go to war against Gen Z for trying to cancel Emimen.
I saw a Gen Z TikTok about canceling Eminem for his song Love the Way You Lie. 😂😂 like THATS the song you want to cancel him over. ✨tell me you’ve never listened to Eminem without telling me you’ve never listened to Eminem✨
— 𝓙 ♥ (@BlondieRambles) February 25, 2021
Gen Z should know by now that some people are above cancelling. Media been trying to cancel Eminem long before cancelling was a thing. He came out in '99 and his first words were "Hi kids, do you like violence" nd still enjoyed 22 years in the game. That's who you want to cancel? pic.twitter.com/d5t9wcFZd6
— Ephraim (@EphraimTalker) March 2, 2021
Gen Z tryna cancel Eminem because of his lyrics in Love The Way You Lie😂😂😂💀💀 dog… if they think THAT’s bad, don’t listen to anything before Recovery lmao. Eminem about to roast a whole generation 😂
— Erika Bass (@_erikabass_) February 24, 2021
How Gen Z kids look trying to cancel Eminem pic.twitter.com/pxHf5REUcc
— Trinity👑 (@ITrinny) March 3, 2021
Gen Z is really out there trying to cancel Eminem? How did we get here America? I feel like the only way to bring people back down to earth and give them perspective for just how good they have it is when there is another world war and you fight to survive or die.
— Mirza Kudić (@DesMoinesPhoto) March 4, 2021