In this song, Eminem raps about how fans would say or do anything to get with him or other big singers. He's saying that he's single and he plans on staying that way because he hates relationships and everything that comes with them.
This features vocals by Dina Rae, who is also on the Eminem tracks "Drug Ballad" and "Cum On Everybody." She joined him onstage when Eminem performed at the 2002 Anger Management Tour
This was the song that launched a feud between Eminem and Mariah Carey. He takes a passive-aggressive jab at Mimi with these lines: What you tryin' to be, my new wife? What you Mariah? Fly through twice. The rapper claimed he and Carey had a brief fling in 2001 when she asked him to guest star on her Charmbracelet album. He didn't appear on the record, but he did appear in a Rolling Stone interview where he dished on their alleged romance, saying: "There's truth to that. But on the whole personal level, I'm not really feeling it. I just don't like her as a person." Mariah gave a scathing response in the form of her song "Clown," which portrays Eminem as an insecure little boy who uses his sob stories to get women to like him. By the end of the decade, they were still launching lyrical insults at each other, with Eminem firing in "Bagpipes From Baghdad" and Carey shooting back with "Obsessed."
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