If I'm not mistaken I believe Eminem was reported to have been in a "car accident" some years back. I believe that is when he was probably replaced. This "Eminem" compared to the one from 1998-2000 looks alot more feminine with a smaller rounded head, different eyes, and yes the hole in the left ear is gone. Whomever took this photograph seems to me like they tried to obscure that with the angling of light while photographing....but did a poor job.
Ironically one of the guys, the DJ I believe, who starred with him in 8 mile was killed in an apparent "suicide"(that is so so old now)
"In times of deceit, telling the TRUTH becomes a revolutionary act"--- George Orwell
Yes, the DJ was played by DE'ANGELO WILSON, clearly "suicided". Since the real EMINEM disappeared from the scene, I counted 2 FEMINEMs... But there could be more, as always... There were rumors of him dying of an overdose of sleeping pills too so its hard to make the difference... Anyway IMO he disappeared cca. 2004-2005. In 2004 his last album was ENCORE. Then 5 years of pause and then we have brand new FEMINEM's.
There is a game they play to get people with talent, or a personality that grabs the attention of some "agents" who are most likely low level Illuminists to gather "talent" and bring them to the indoctrination center and turn into mind control slaves.
While the early music may show some real talent or personality, or whatever it is that draws you to a particular artist, and after they have been programmed, the music turns to crap, and the "artist" turns into a sex slave and drug addict and usually ends up dead, or replaced.
Look at the long line of rock stars, and even movie stars that have gone this route....
Their agents probably hang out to find out where someone is performing that is making waves at the local level and then bring them to the big place to be transformed.
Post by pupildilation on Oct 2, 2010 17:09:31 GMT -5
I noticed this, too. If you listened to Eminem's music since My Name Is, the different voices are apparent as well. There are at least three different voices over the years. I've been told it's due to a man aging, drugs, etc., but the voices are just not the same.
Listen to My Name Is, Bonnie and Clyde '97, and I'm Not Afraid. The former two are late 90's, while the latter is one of his latest. I hear two different voices on the first two, although one is done in jest and one is sinister, so that could explain it, but the third one is definitely different from all his earlier work.