Marshall com a 'Stan' Isabella da fundação "Make a Wish." A Fundação "Make a Wish" é uma organização sem fins lucrativos, fundada nos Estados Unidos que organiza experiências descritas como "desejos" para crianças diagnosticadas com doenças graves.
Belo gesto do nosso Eminem ❤❤❤
🙏1 YEAR AGO TODAY🙏
This album was outstanding, the music was such art.. From Walk on Water to Arose. This album helped me open my eyes to my family, life, and happiness. This is my favorite Eminem album, no doubt, fuck all the critics and backlash it got. It was a new awakening to Eminem and fans but I loved it. Favorite track is Arose. I can feel his guilt, rage, and sorrow. I am grateful for his music, he has motivated me so much. I have been able to stand up and scream "Fuck the world" because of Em. This album is art and phenomenal. Thank you @Eminem.#eminem#revival#slimshady#marshallmathers#hailiescott#proof#badmeetsevil2#rap#kamikaze
With these lines Token is likely addressing Eminem, who had previously thrown subliminal shots at Token in two of his songs. Specifically, he did so first in “Remind Me”, from his 2017 album Revival:
But you must be tokin' if you think you’re takin' over my quarters
and then in “Greatest” from the album Kamikaze, released in 2018:
No more shiners, already too much time tokin' rappers
I hear you talkin' shit, I’m just too big to respond to it
In both albums Eminem shared his opinion on the modern mumble rap community and the problems he’s got with it. These statements resulted in a lot of people saying that Em now sounds like an “old angry man” who’s hating everything that’s new and trending. On the song “The Ringer” Em raps:
Do you have any idea how much I hate this choppy flow
Everyone copies though? Prob'ly no
Get this fuckin' audio out my Audi yo, adiós
I can see why people like Lil Yachty, but not me though
Thus, while not being part of the mumble rap community himself, Token is taking their part by stating they’re making new and original content as opposed to Eminem’s “old” music.