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what would you do for fame?
Transcript of what would you do for fame?
after repeating 9th grade twice he dropped out at age 17. Early Life: Later in Life: 1999 his mother sued him for $10 million because of lyrics in the Slim Shady LP.
June 3rd, 2000 he was arrested for possession of a loaded gun
he has openly talked about his addiction to many pain medication (Vicodin, Ambien, Valium, Methadone and, Zolpidem) and has even considered suicide.
" Just wasn't taking care of myself, at times i wanted to just give up." At the Top: # 9 on the MTV's Best MC's of all time
2003 listed as # 13 on MTV's Greatest Voice in Music
was # 82 on Rolling Stones "The Immortals"
#79 on VH1's 100 Greatest Artist's of all time.
2008 Vibe magazine voted him "Best Rapper Alive" and "Best Rapper Ever"
2009 he was named "Artist of the Decade by Billboard Magazine"
2010 BET named him "#1 Rapper of the 21st Century"
2010 he was MTV's "Hottest MC in the Game"
Ranking made his own record label "Shady Records" and introduced D12.
achieved 9 No.1 albums on Billboard Top 200
has two albums in the "Top Five Highest Selling Albums In 2000"
starred in 8 Mile Recovery Release Date: June 21, 2010. Sold 741,000 the first week. By november the album sold 3 million in the US. Achievements "Rap was my drug ...Then I had to resort to other things to make me feel that. Now rap's getting me high again." Where he came from: aka: Marshell Bruce Mathers III