Recently Marshall Bruce Mathers III, better known as Eminem was back into the mainstream buzz with his anti-Trump freestyle last month, but the crazy theory that will be going through suggests that he wasn’t really Eminem. According to this crazy theory on the internet, the person that we’ve been following for all these years isn’t really Eminem. So, without further ado let’s go deep into this theory.
Here’s the crazy theory which claims that Eminem died in 1999 and a robot has taken his place.
There are certain people that believe that Marshall wasn’t able to recover from his pill addiction, and he died due to an overdose.
There are theories that claim that this happened after the rapper went into rehab in 2005, while other theories suggest that he died in 1999.
The details differ between the theorists, some suggest that after Eminem died, he was replaced by an impostor, but others insist that the current version of him is actually an android.
‘The Real Slim Shady’ which was the first single of The Marshall Mathers LP released in 2000, is said to be a clear indication of Marshall being replaced by an impostor by the theorists, since the single is too focused on suggesting the rapper’s identity.
The other popular theory that suggests that the Detroit based rapper died in 2005 says that Eminem hasn’t been the same since Relapse.
Some may say that it is due to sobriety, but the theorists claim that the person that we have seen since Relapse isn’t even the real Marshall Mathers.
Also the five year gap between Eminem’s 2004 release Encore and Relapse is further proof of this crazy theory.
Pill addiction isn’t the only cause of death given by these theories. Another crazy theory claims that Marshall actually died in a car crash orchestrated by Illuminati because Eminem refused to make further music.
The theory further adds that the secret society then replaced Eminem with an android who would work without causing any hassle.
The Eminem truthers who came up with the theory also say that, the changes in Eminem’s appearance over the years proves that their theory is indeed correct.
A theorist also said that rapper’s change of attitude and the way he looked after hiatus contributes to the theory. “He looked younger, he looked fit and his style in fashion was a little dark. Then he went from being a Detroit rapper, with loose jeans, tight hats and a strong liking for black clothes,” the theorist added.