Eminem at one of the Detroit Lions games.

Eminem turned down $8 million to perform at the World Cup in Qatar

50 Cent revealed in a radio interview that the organizers of the World Cup in Qatar were willing to pay Eminem the millions.

Eminem was able to earn $8,000,000 dollars for acting for a few minutes at the opening of the World Cup in Qatar, but it was not like that, Marshall Mathers III, the rapper’s real name, decided that it was not an option, despite the juicy offer from the organizing committee of the fair sporty.

50 Cent revealed in a radio interview that the economic proposal was actually $9,000,000 for the two to act together after the great impact they both had after their presentation at the Super Bowl halftime last year with Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and Anderson Paak.

“I would have kept one and then the other eight would have been for him,” shared the interpreter of ‘In da Club’, on the radio program ‘Big Boy’s Neighborhood’ on the Real 92.3 radio station, one of the most listened to broadcasts.

50 Cent indicated that he found it a very attractive proposal, for this reason, the 47-year-old rapper did his best to negotiate with the team of representatives of the protagonist ‘8 Mile’, but the latter was not willing to cooperate. According to the singer, Eminem did not explain why he turned down the millions offered.

The organizing committee of the World Cup in Qatar struggled to get artists to perform at the opening, as many refused due to allegations of human rights violations by the host country against its citizens, but it is not known if Marshall refused to perform. for said reasons.

So far, Eminem has not issued any position on the subject based on what was said by his friend and rap colleague of his, with whom he has shared the stage at various times in his career. Beyond this, both singers already have plans for this year.

On the show, 50 Cent revealed that the two are working to launch a series based on the movie ‘8 Mile,’ which hit theaters 20 years ago. The film had an impact on the public, since it narrated a little about what Marshall Mathers III’s life was like before he was famous. At the moment, the also actor, did not give more details.

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