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Eminem And Kid Rock To Rap Battle For Charity

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The producers of the new documentary Rap Therapy, a film about using hip-hop as a tool to steer teens away from violence, have challenged Eminem and Kid Rock to a freestyle rap battle. The winner gets to donate $1 million to the charity of his choice.

Other celebrities featured in the documentary include 50 Cent, Diddy, Anne Hathaway, Fergie, and Tom Cruise.

Between womanizing, violent lyrics and fur-wearing sickness, I have to say that I’m not very attracted to this bit of news. But perhaps some good will come from these two kings of controversy facing off for charity.

via Starpulse

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