Social media influencer Andrew Tate has become a polarizing figure in modern times. His misogynistic and other controversial comments have garnered quite the heat over the past few years. Together with his brother Tristan Tate, ‘Top G‘ has spawned enemies in various industries ranging from politics to music, including “Rap God” Eminem.
Ever since the Romanian authorities arrested the duo last year, the Tate brothers have taken the world of the internet by storm. The British-American personalities have maintained their innocence throughout the judicial process. Since March end, the two have remained under house arrest.
As the Tate brothers cannot leave their residence premises, they spend a good portion of their time on Twitter. Often sharing about their daily lives and updating the fans on their arrest extensions, the two haven’t kept it low since leaving the prison walls.
Recently, a Twitter account by the name Daily Loud posted a picture of Hailie Jade, daughter of Eminem. Without skipping a beat, Tristan responded to the post saying, “Moms spaghetti … indeed.” For fans unaware, Tristan is referring to the lyrics of “Lose Yourself.” It is the theme song from the semi-biographical movie about Eminem named “8 Mile.”
Moms spaghetti … indeed.
— Tristan Tate (@TateTheTalisman) May 11, 2023
Hailie Jade is the daughter of Eminem and his ex-wife Kimberley Scott. The duo tied the know in 1999 and got divorced two years later in 2001. In 2006, they re-married, only to again get divorced the same year. Over the years, several rappers have targeted Eminem through his 27-year-old daughter, most notably Machine Gun Kelly.
It is unclear as to the hidden meaning behind Tristan Tate‘s cryptic tweet as of now. However, he’s already started drawing heat from Eminem stans, with many torching him in the comments of the aforementioned tweet.
Andrew Tate took jibes at Eminem in the past
It is worth mentioning that this isn’t the first time a Tate brother has spoken about someone close to the Grammy winner. Just weeks before becoming a part of one of the most highly-watched cases in recent times, Andrew directly dissed Eminem through a tweet. On December 9, the former 4-time kickboxing champion tweeted, “I want my share so give me everything you have.”
A fan grabbed the opportunity to share a video edit he made of his controversial idol. However, the 16-second video didn’t sit well with Andrew. The 36-year-old insinuated he disliked the fan-made clip due to having an Eminem song in the background. The song was a 2002 hit from the Detroit hip-hop legend titled “Sing For The Moment”.
Dont like eminem. Hes a Crybaby.
HAYLEY HAYLEY HAYLEY bro its been like 30 years shut up?
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) December 9, 2022
Responding to the fan edit, Andrew said, “Dont like eminem. Hes a Crybaby. HAYLEY HAYLEY HAYLEY bro its been like 30 years shut up?” Soon after, an army of fans came forward to defend Slim Shady. One user even commented, “Eminem is the Topest Top G what are you talking about i liked you till now…”
Andrew, who received overnight fame for his controversial opinions in the past, saw himself banned from major social media platforms. However, this isn’t the first celebrity that Tate has snubbed on his social media. He has previously commented on Robin Williams, Kylie Jenner, Rihanna, and Demi Lovato, among others.
Andrew Tate calls out Rihanna #FreeTopG pic.twitter.com/i4GQTqOAm2
— Tate Everywhere (@tateeverywhere) January 7, 2023
At one point, Twitter banned ‘Top G’ due to his controversial opinions about the #MeToo movement. However, after being acquired by Elon Musk in 2022, the platform reinstated Andrew’s account. Andrew has since continued using the micro-blogging site as a platform for “Free speech,” while always drawing some amount of heat in return.