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I was a bodyguard for Eminem from spring (right before The Eminem's younger half-brother Nate, though, was a different story and used his relationship with Eminem to get him Proof (may that awesome soul forever RIP) slapped a woman who Kim's mom was a mess and Em was shook up. Kim and Eminem distinctively started dating from However, sources also tell that Eminem's mother Debbie Marther Briggs didn't take their relationship In , one of Eminem's closest friend rapper Proof told to Rolling Stone. Eminem sat between his manager, Paul Rosenberg, and 50 Cent in the second row, just behind Proof's mother, wife, aunts, children and.
They also stated that Etheridge did not arrive with a pistol either, but rather grabbed a gun during the ensuing ruckus. That may well be true, but according to H. Mack - a very close childhood friend of Proof's who was near enough to the action that night to have been shot in the hand by a stray bullet and treated at the same hospital where Proof was pronounced dead - even the revamped police version of events isn't quite right.
Guns started goin' off. P hit the guy, and then his cousin Etheridge fired shots into the ceiling. I do not believe P shot the man - he'd never shoot nobody unless they fired first. That's who he was. Yeah, they were fighting over some bullshit but he would never, ever shoot someone over some bullshit.
It was all just fucked up. It is on a barren corner of 8 Mile across from a giant yellow Mega Pawn store. The CCC is on the black city side, and has been a hotbed of illegality and violence since In February of this year, a bouncer at the club was shot twice in the torso.
The courts decide the rest. When you have a location that is a magnet for trouble, we do what we can to see the situation resolved. When you have owners operating illegally, they're setting the tone for whatever occurs from that point on. Buoyed by Eminem's success, he had enjoyed huge hits with the D12 albums Devil's Night and last year's D12 World, a number one in both Britain and America. But he wasn't at the CCC to bolster his street credibility - he was there because as countless friends testify, he was Detroit to the core.
Proof was a man who rarely slept: Long after he didn't need to care for others, he did, helping, guiding and influencing everyone around him and apprenticing local rappers: Official Mixtape Instruction Manual, the first mixtape release on his Iron Fist label, stars MCs who would never have been heard outside of Detroit if it weren't for Proof.
He also used his fame to work for local musicians' benefits, encouraging them to join the Musicians Union, which provides them with healthcare and pensions.
He did not brag about these efforts, nor boast of his guidance of Eminem and Obie Trice's careers. Proof was key in selecting the instrumental tracks that best suited their skills, and inspired Eminem at all times of day and night by text messaging him couplets and rhymed phrases.
Proof was a nimble, witty freestyle MC, with a ferociously curious mind. He loved everything from Miles Davis to Jimi Hendrix. He was a gifted and giving anomaly, a rapper who cared for art over materialism, but did all he could to bring wealth to others.
The easiest way to understand Proof is to ask this simple question: He played the MC that causes 'Rabbit' Eminem to choke in the first battle-rap scene of the film.
But his true spirit inspired the dreadlocked character 'Future' played by Mekhi Phiferthe MC who organized and refereed the rap battles.
He encourages Rabbit to find his voice as a rapper, just as Proof did for Marshall Mathers. Swift of D12 said it best shortly after hearing that his friend had died, when gathered with Proof's closest friends - a hundred or so strong - at St.
Andrew's Hall, the club where he had hosted so many rap battles. In an interview, however, Proof once referred to his father as a 'crackhead' and it has been alleged that his mother was also involved in drugs. He attended Gesu private school in his youth before enrolling at Osborn High on Detroit's east side. Proof was the consummate diplomat, charming everyone.
He was also the only kid in the neighbourhood to see the potential in a smart-ass white boy named Marshall Mathers. Proof taught Mathers how to hone his wit, and sneaked him into the Osborn High cafeteria to battle rap at lunch hour. Eminem could barely go anywhere and concerts, tours and any public appearances especially around late when both The Eminem Show and the film 8 Mile were totally dominating popular culture were the most chaotic experiences I have ever had.
I do want to say, it is extremely important to never judge celebrities or make assumptions about them or what they do because they totally can and many totally do lose their minds with the exorbitant amount of fame and excess they are exposed to. I see this has generated quite a bit of attention. Feel free to AMA. Many of you have asked me to tell me stories and off the top of my head, there are hundreds.
I spent many, many hours with him and his crew and it was truly an experience that I will forever cherish. He was a hell of a guy but boy, did we have some wild events. Several fans tried to physically contact Em and had to be restrained, Proof may that awesome soul forever RIP slapped a woman who grabbed his dick she basically tried to yank his pants off and blow him when he was walking offstage and I drank more Remy Martin than I ever have in my life with Obie Trice.
How often was D12 around during those years? Did you ever experience any of the beef he had with other rappers? Was there a lot of weed around in his crew? D12 was around incessantly. They accompanied Eminem on all the tours he went on during that period also, so I spent plenty of time with them. Honestly, each and every single one of those men is awesome. I have nothing but good things to say about them.
Kon Artis now known as Mr. Porter is a great producer and humble guy, Kuniva and Swifty are so so down to earth and jovial, and Bizarre is a funny ass guy. I experienced all of the beef he had because security was especially beefed up during that time. The only beef we never really gave a fuck about was the Everlast and Limp Bizkit beef. Yeah, weed was always big.
Whenever he recorded with Dre there was weed around. The Bass Brothers liked to smoke too when they produced and some of the engineers and other production members enjoyed toking up. D12 members were all fond of weed and Eminem himself used it quite a bit. His favorite drug by far was certainly Vicodin though. How did you get the position, and why did you leave it? I knew Joel Martin the owner of the studio in Ferndale, Michigan where Eminem recorded most of his albums and he got me the position.
I had to leave due to some unexpected family issues. I still keep in touch with Eminem and sometimes tag along, but I no longer do security full time. Did you ever see him fight? Even if just for a moment before you stepped in?
I did see him fight and it was usually at a shit ton of the strip clubs Cheetah was one of his favorites that he liked to frequent.
He would rarely start the fight but was quick to go off on a fan or something who got smart with him, especially if he had some liquor in him. Did you ever meet Kim? Any opinions of her?
While his career was stuck in neutral, Eminem's personal life was veering off in new directions. The most important relationship of his life seems to be with Kim Scott.
His mother says she took in Scott, who had left her family home, aroundwhen she was 12 and Eminem was a few years older. After several years, Eminem and Scott started an on-and-off relationship, one that lasts to this day.
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They had a daughter, Hailie Jade, now five, and were married in Mazur, Eminem's manager at the restaurant, says Eminem even gave up music to support his family. Although Eminem had been fired a few times for tardiness and other minor offenses -- he was once canned shortly before Christmas -- Mazur says he became a model employee.
He recalls a six-month period shortly after Hailie's birth when Eminem worked 60 hours a week. But Eminem was also thinking about a new musical persona. Tapping into his reservoir of rage and resentment, Eminem created Slim Shady, a drug-dealing, bloodthirsty thug who spits furious rhymes about murder, rape, drugs and living by the law of the urban jungle. Fields says he was shocked by his old friend's new persona. So was another Detroit rapper, Buddha Fulla Rhymes, he says.
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Dre heard Eminem rapping on an L. He brought Eminem to Interscope Records, the notorious home of some of the industry's hardest-core rap acts, and produced his first album. By MarchEminem was fired from Gilbert's for the last time.
He was still living in his mother's mobile home with Scott and his daughter. But all that was about to change. Eminem seems untroubled by issues of race. His best friends were and are black, and he swaggers easily in a black-dominated music genre.
Racism is one of the few things he seems to take seriously. And notoriously even less so about gays. He levels his most strident attacks at his women in general -- and his mother and wife in particular. Whether it is because he is a spoiled brat scarred by being pushed out of the nest as his mother and uncle contend or the long-suffering son of an erratic shrew and manipulative wife, as he says, there's little love lost between Eminem and his mother these days.
Ninety-nine percent of my life I was lied to I just found out my mom does more dope than I do Damn! I told her I'd grow up to be a famous rapper Make a record about doin' drugs and name it after her Oh thank you!
But two of Mathers-Briggs' former boyfriends say otherwise. Don DeMarc, who says he dated and lived with Eminem's mother sporadically in the late '70s and early '80s, says Mathers-Briggs endured nagging pain, perhaps stemming from being hit by a car with a drunken driver.
She's always looking for pain pills. Although she is a smoker, Eminem's mother said she raised her boy in a smoke- drug- and alcohol-free environment.
She says she is a member of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Eminem's travails with Scott, now his wife, are well known, too. On his new album, on the frenzied track "Kim," Eminem dispatches his wife in a bloody rage: Don't you get it bitch, no one can hear you?
Now shut the fuck up and get what's comin to you You were supposed to love me [Choking sounds] Now bleed! Former co-workers remember Eminem agonizing over his battles with Scott. I don't know what I'm going to do, I don't know what I'm going to do,'" said Mazur. Fields said he remembers Scott picking a fight with Eminem minutes before he took the stage at a party celebrating the release of "The Slim Shady EP," the track precursor to his breakthrough first major-label album.
It was not a good time for a donnybrook, but Scott could not wait, Fields says.
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Moments like that have not endeared Scott to Eminem's family. The Michigan Secretary of State's Office confirms two drunken driving arrests. Eminem's family also accuses his wife of feathering her own nest with proceeds from the rapper's phenomenal success, at their expense. Eminem and Scott own a spacious home in Sterling Heights; Kim's stepfather's name appears with Eminem's on the registration of a Ford Explorer, suggesting that it was a gift.
For their part, Eminem's mother says he reneged on an agreement to make payments on her Casco mobile home, which has since been repossessed. His uncle lives in the house his family has owned for 50 years and drives a Toyota pick-up truck pushingmiles. He insists that Eminem's family does not want money, only to free him from the grip of a gold digger and her manipulative family. After Eminem was arrested June 4 outside the nightclub where she says she gave an acquaintance a peck on the cheek, Scott denied cheating on her husband.
In a letter to the Detroit Free Press, she wrote: Elrick is a reporter for the Detroit Free Press. He began listening to rap in the early s, when the Electrifying Mojo ruled Detroit's airways.