Is Slim Shady impersonating himself?
Over the weekend, Eminem performed as the halftime show’s headlining act. However, some fans believe that the “Rap God” lip-synced portions of his performance.
Since then, Twitter users have started a conversation on the site.
Here’s what we do know.
The Super Bowl Stage Sees Eminem Perform
A fantastic performance from the Super Bowl 2022 halftime show brought back memories of the 2000s.
Hip-hop God Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar performed on stage with Eminem.
Rap fans naturally went into a frenzy as Eminem’s crowd-pleasing song Lose Yourself was played.
“Eminem is the GOAT,” one user wrote.
One of the best halftime shows, according to another tweeter. Dr. Dre, Snoop, 50 Cent, Kendrick, and Eminem gave an incredible performance.
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Fans Believe that Eminem’s Lip-Synced Performance Is a Significant Component of His or Her Overall Presentation
The 49-year-old rapper’s halftime show received positive reviews, although several fans claimed to have seen him lip-synching at times.
Fans began speculating on Twitter after Eminem appeared to move the microphone away from his mouth during the song Lose Yourself but otherwise it seemed to continue.
Is Eminem lip-syncing as the Super Bowl is going on? a suspicious fan tweeted.
Someone person responded to the claims that Eminem lip-synced by writing: “For everyone alleging Eminem lip sync’d, it’s called a backtrack….. Many rappers do it so they can regain their breath. Go listen to all his past performances, he has always done it.”
No matter what transpired, there’s no denying that Eminem’s Super Bowl performance was a hit with the audience.
How Did the Super Bowl Go?
In case you missed it, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 by scoring a touchdown late in the game.
Cooper Kupp’s second touchdown gave the Rams another NFL championship with just one minute and 25 seconds remaining.
Well done, Rams!
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