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“I Almost Died”: Eminem Recalls His 2007 Overdose

Eminem is undoubtedly one of the most influential rappers of all time. He is often credited with popularizing hip-hop in the American Midwest and is critically acclaimed as one of the greatest of all time. He has also received numerous accolades, including 15 Grammy Awards and eight American Music Awards.

The “Lose Yourself” singer was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During his acceptance speech, the 50-year-old talked about his 2007 overdose when he nearly died. Let’s find out what he said and what happened that year with him.

 

Eminem Talks About His 2007 Overdose

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Eminem

Born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, the rapper was recently inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Saturday night. In his acceptance speech, the ‘Monster‘ rapper got a bit personal.

According to Page Six, he asked daughter Hailie Jade Mathers to block her ears while talking about his 2007 addiction problem. “I realize what an honor it is right now to be here up here tonight, and what a privilege it is to do the music that I love,” he began.

Music basically saved my life … I’ll keep this as painless as possible. I’m f–king stuttering and s–t“, the ‘8 Mile‘ rapper said. “I’m probably not supposed to actually be here tonight because of a couple of reasons.”

I almost died from an overdose in 2007, which kind of sucked,” he continued and addressed his 26-year-old daughter.

He Addressed His Daughter In His Speech

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Eminem

Midway through his speech, the ‘Not Afraid‘ rapper asked his daughter to close her ears. “Hailie, plug your ears. Because drugs were f*****g delicious. I thought we had a good thing going on, but I had to go and f–k it all up. Goddamn.”

The camera then panned at his daughter who was shaking her head. “Hold on, I lost my motherf*****g spot. Paul, did I say, I said drugs were delicious, right?“, he chirped.

And finally, I had to really fight my way through man to try and break through in this music, and I’m so honored and I’m so grateful that I’m even able to be up here doing hip-hip music, man, because I love it so much.” he added.

He was inducted by his longtime collaborator, Dr. Dre, at the ceremony held in Los Angeles. Lionel Richie, Carlie Simon, and Dolly Parton were also inducted in the same.

Read More: Eminem Roasts Pete Davidson During Hilarious ‘Forgot About Dre’ Parody on ‘SNL’

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