Eminem just took the ‘Dolly Parton Challenge’ to a whole different level, after he included the famous naked dynamite picture of himself in the meme, but labeled it “Grindr” instead of “Tinder.”
If you have been living under a rock the past few days…the ‘Dolly Parton Challenge’ is a viral sensation the 74-year-old country singer started by creating a meme with 4 distinct photographs. It includes Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder.
Of course, the point is to post photos of yourself that fits the style of each social media platform.
So….Eminem posted a one with the caption, “Did I do this right?”
His LinkedIn photo features the rapper wearing a tie and dressed very professionally. For the Facebook photo, he used a picture of himself with dark hair and a perfectly trimmed beard looking stone-faced into the camera. As for Instagram, in pure Slim Shady fashion, he used a photo of himself dressed as Santa Claus assaulting a reindeer from behind.
The last photo, the Tinder box, is the one that is making all the news…Eminem decided to use the famous photo of himself naked holding a stick of dynamite to cover his private parts! And instead of using Tinder…he wrote the word “Grindr.”
Not sure how the public will take this one, but his fans LOVE it!
“Almost drop my phone, i’m dead,” one person posted. Another adding, “I’m about to create a grinder account.”
Many of the rapper’s longtime fans are used to him pushing the boundaries of sexuality, drug use, and violence and many of them are glad to see the old Eminem back in action.
“All haters are little teenies that don’t know the real Slim Shady,” a fan posted on Instagram. “He never lets us down hahaha, Dogggg you officially don’t care at all,” another added.
Several fans believe the Grindr profile picture to be a shot at Machine Gun Kelly. As we reported, the two rappers have been beefing lately after Eminem took shots at MGK in one of his new tracks.
“Haha grinder —that’s for MGK. You mean Tinder. I searched high and low for that magazine pic when I was 15..and still have it,” one fan wrote.
On one of Eminem’s newest tracks, he addressed the beef by saying in his lyrics, “But when they ask me is the war finished with MGK? Of course it is”. “I cleansed him of his mortal sins, I’m God and the Lord forgives, even the devil worshippers / I’m moving on.”
MGK responded to hearing the song, tweeting, “mad af I just stepped out a loud room to hear this bulls***.”
Either way, most of the rappers fan believe this is just a sign of more greatness to come from M, with one saying on Instagram, “Your new album brings hope to the world that rap isn’t dead and that you should never stop representing what you believe in. Thanks for that.”