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Industry News: EMINEM Now Allegedly a BORN AGAIN Christian, per Allhiphop.com – @KJ52 @Lecrae

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Interesting news from Allhiphop.com. Eminem is allegedly/ rumored to now be a born again Christian.

What this translates to in my head is I can finally hear some good medicine type of music from Slim. I don’t know about you all but when an artist delivers all the misery going on in their world through their music, after it is all said and done, I need to be lifted from that misery.

Eminem has been searching for a long time and as the article says, perhaps if indeed true, it will not be that much of a shock.

Here is what I think Nigeria’s TB1 and America’s KJ52 and Lecrae would say to this, at least in my head.

TB1

Lecrae

KJ 52 Dear slim

Check out the story on Allhiphop.com.

-Uduak

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