Eminem goes "Berzerk" on a Kardashian!

Aug 31, 2013 at 12:56 a.m. ET

The rapper is out with a track that slams a couple that's already down on their luck. Did he go too far? And which lucky Kardashian is the target of his attack?

EminemPoor Khloé Kardashian

Whether you like Khloé Kardashian or not, she's in the midst of marriage troubles and a media circus because of problems she and NBA player Lamar Odom are facing. In the normal world, issues like that can be coped with in the comfort of one's home — but Kardashian and Odom's celebrity status means they must endure the drama national attention.

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Who cares? Eminem doesn't

Or maybe he does. Regardless, we hear this rap MVP — who drops his eighth album, MMLP2, on Nov. 5 — doesn't care too much for the youngest Kardashian's appearance. In his latest release, "Berzerk," he states the following:

"Woke up in that Monte Carlo with the ugly Kardashian."

But hey, that could mean anyone, right? Wrong. He says this right after:

"Lamar, oh sorry yo, we done both set the bar low."


Why, Eminem? Is he just being a big bully? He's famously attacked other stars, like Mariah Carey, but we know for a fact that she dissed him, too. Did something go down between him and Khloé?

Eminem released a track back in June >>

Bullying is unfair, but in the rap game, it happens a lot. Khloé has been notoriously ridiculed for her appearance, just like powerhouses Kelly Clarkson and Christina Aguilera. Maybe it's an indirect "K-ompliment"?

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What do you think, readers? Is all pop culture fair game in the rap world? With Khloé being a Kardashian, and having made her living off of exposing her life to the public (though perhaps not nearly as much as her siblings), is she vulnerable to such attacks? Or is the 40-year-old rapper way out of line for his remarkably immature rant?

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