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Eminem Writes Rap About 'Rolling Stone' Writer

December 1, 2010 4:44 PM ET

Josh Eells' interview with Eminem in the November 25 issue of Rolling Stone is a penetrating look at the rapper's drug addiction and recovery, his family and his return to musical dominance with his latest album Recovery. It's a serious discussion, one that Eells said had "little evidence of the prankster you hear on his records."

Eminem: A history in photos

Well, not quite: One thing Eells didn't mention is the rap Eminem wrote about him — which you can read for yourself above.

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“Bird on a Wire”

Leonard Cohen | 1969

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