So what conclusion can we come to about the real Eminem using the lyrics above? Eminem was possessed and was suicidal because of it. In addition, Eminem knew he was going to be replaced and it was only a matter of time until it happened. In Eminem’s very first interview in 1998 he talks about an imposter pretending to be him online. You can download that interview here. So what we have here is a young Eminem who signed a contract with an “entity” and opened the door to that “entity” to allow it to fully possess him to gain fame and fortune. Anyone who studies cases of possession knows that the individual involved is suicidal. However, don’t think of possession like in the movie The Exorcists (1973) think possession more like in the movie The Hosts (2013). It’s sad to say this, but the fact of the matter is if you never saw Eminem before 1999 then you never saw the real Eminem. Now, at this point if you are still not convinced that Eminem was replaced in 1999 then the following information will either hit you like a ton of bricks or you will roll on the floor laughing. Watch this interview with Eminem in 1998 and 1999. Before you go watch that video I want you to keep in mind that in the book My Son Marshall, My Son Eminem, by Debbie Nelson, states on page 137 that “Eminem would later state that he had no memory of his wedding in 1999”. Also MTV interviewed Debbie in 2008 where they reported:
During his rise to fame with The Slim Shady LP in
1999, Eminem was so strung out on drugs and
alcohol that he later confessed to his mother that he
couldn’t recall much of anything about that year — not
his hit singles, his concerts or even his first wedding
to his on-and-off first love, Kim Scott.