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In 2004, Eminem Targeted Michael Jackson In His Song Just Lose It
In 2004, Eminem Targeted Michael Jackson In His Song Just Lose It by Goodboy(m): Sun 21, November, 2021

In the song, Eminem's lyric said: "Come here, little kiddie, on my lap / Guess who's back with a brand new rap? / And I don't mean rap as in a new case of child molestation."

He dressed up as Michael in the music video for the song, where he donned fake plastic surgery and had his hair set on fire —which is a reference to a real-life situation Michael found himself in the 1980s where he lost most of his hair in a freak accident during the filming of a Pepsi advert.

According to Michael: "The video was inappropriate and disrespectful to me, my children, my family and the community at large."

In 2007, three years after the song was released, Michael's company Sony/ATV bought the publishing company Famous Music for $370 million.

This purchase meant he then owned the rights to all of Eminem's music. Michael continued to own the rapper's music until he died in 2009.

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