Eminem’s “Fall” music video censors homophobic Tyler, The Creator diss

The word “faggot” is removed from the rapper’s Kamikaze single.

September 04, 2018

Eminem has shared a video for "Fall," a song from his surprise new album Kamikaze. The song is perhaps the project's most controversial track thanks to Eminem's use of a homophobic insult targeting Tyler, The Creator: "Tyler create nothin', I see why you called yourself a faggot, bitch," he raps. The word lead to the song's featured artist Justin Vernon of Bon Iver to disown the song last week. On Tuesday, the song's music video was shared. Eminem plays himself in the James Larese-directed video as he's pursued by an evil-looking cloud that apparently represents his "dark" side. The clip ends with the possessed Eminem stepping on a CD jewel case containing his last album Revival. Watch the video for "Fall" above.

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