Eminem Admits He Uses Tinder & Strip Clubs To Meet Women

19 December 2017, 10:18


Eminem opened up in an extremely rare interview.

Eminem has admitted that he uses Tinder to meet new women during a rare interview with US news site Vulture.

The rapper, who just released his new album ‘Revival’, gave fans a brief look into his personal life.

“It's tough,” he said. “Since my divorce I've had a few dates and nothing's panned out in a way that I wanted to make it public.

“Dating's just not where I'm at lately." 

During the interview he also admitted his passion for strip clubs. “What can I say? [It] is how I was meeting some chicks. It was an interesting time for me.”

He also added that Tinder was among a variety of options that he had tried as he looked for love, following his divorce from Kim Scott.

In a previous interview with Rolling Stone, the Detroit rapper opened up about his troubles with dating women as a superstar.

“As far as going out, like dinner and a movie - I just can't. Going out in public is just too crazy.

"I mean, I'd like to be in a relationship again someday. Who doesn't? It's just hard to meet new people, in my position."


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Meanwhile during his interview with Vulture, the rapper touched on his series of bad albums and what caused him to make them.

"Encore was mediocre," said Eminem. "And with Relapse — it was the best I could do at that point in time. [Relapse] was a funny album for me because I was just starting back rapping after coming out of addiction. 

“I was so scatterbrained that the people around me thought that I might have given myself brain damage. I was in this weird fog for months. Like, literally I wasn’t making sense; it had been so long since I’d done vocals without a ton of Valium and Vicodin. I almost had to relearn how to rap." 

He added: “"I am forever chasing The Marshall Mathers LP," said the Detroit rapper. "That was the height of what I could do. I just don’t have the rage I did back then. If I did, the music would be the same, and I hope it’s changed. 

“And if I still had that rage it would mean I wouldn’t have grown as an artist or a human being. Technically I feel like I’m better at rhyming than I’ve ever been." 

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