Eminem Revealed He’s Gay In His Cameo Appearance At ‘The Interview?’


Eminem Revealed He's Gay In His Cameo Appearance At 'The Interview?'
Eminem Revealed He's Gay In His Cameo Appearance At 'The Interview?'

Rapper Eminem has a cameo appearance on the controversial movie “The Interview.” He was a guest in a TV show (of the movie) and he came out as gay.

The first part of the comedy flick shows North Korea launching missile and then follows up the introduction of the night show “Skylark Tonight,” which is hosted by David Skylark (James Franco). The guest of the tonight show is Eminem. The goal of the show is to discus the demeaning lyrics of the song of the rapper for the elderly. As the interview continues conducting, the rapper revealed he is a gay.

The rapper says, “When I say things about gay people, or people think my lyrics are homophobic – it’s because I’m gay,” Eminem says in the film. “I’m more shocked that people haven’t figured it out yet. I mean, it’s kind of like I’ve been playing gay peek-a-boo.”

This

revelation is just a joke and a part of the comedy flick.

The rapper has been accused for being a homophobic and his past lyrics reportedly upset LGBT. In an interview with

Rolling Stone, “Slim Shady” rapper explained his controversial lyrics.

He said, “It was more like calling someone a bitch or a punk or asshole.”

The controversial movie starred by Seth Rogen and James Franco has been released in some cinemas and even online on Dec. 25, 2014 (Christmas day). Lately, due to the series of Sony hack attack, the comedy movie was announced cancelled and won’t be released even in DVDs. But during the press conference held at the White House, US President Barack Obama mentioned, “I am sympathetic to the concerns that they face. Having said all that, yes I think they made a mistake.”

After this speech, Sony CEO Chris Dodd responded, “This situation is larger than a movie’s release or the contents of someone’s private emails. This is about the fact that criminals were able to hack in and steal what has now been identified as many times the volume of all of the printed material in the Library of Congress.”

After all the hacking events, “The Interview” has been released on its original premiere date.

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