It looks like Eminem is at it again.
The rapper, known as much for stirring up controversy as writing and rapping incredible lyrics, has released a new song titled "Elevator."
In one of the verses, he appears to refer to a trio of gay celebrities by a derogatory term. He raps:
Sorry, Lance, Mr. Lambert and Aiken ain't gonna make it/ They get so mad, when I call them both fake/ It's all these fucking voices in my head, I can't take it/ Someone shut that fucking baby up, before I shake it.
Say the words "fake" and "it's" together quickly and you'll understand from where the latest controversy arises.
In 2001, following accusations that he was homophobic, Eminem sang a memorable duet with Elton John at the MTV Music Awards. The pair even embraced afterwards.
Because he's so talented, we often wish Eminem would let his ability do all the talking, but he hasn't seemed to have matured much at age 37.
In response to the single, Adam Lambert Tweeted:
"Wow eminem mentioned me in a song?! I must be doin something right!? Even if he used the f word…. Whtev."
Lambert later corrected himself when told the lyrics techically didn't include the word "faggots." Listen to "Elevator" above and decide for yourself.