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Funko POP! Movies: 8 Mile- Rabbit

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One of the best attractiveness he had was he didn’t fear to bring up social issues and voice against problems people faced. Some even declared him a hero. Sadly, Shakur was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting, which resulted in his death. However, his story lives on! 7. Eazy-E Funko Pop

As for the gray sweatpants and white sneakers? I’d say that those details underscore how comfortable Eminem was with being a lightning rod for controversy. (There’s actually another compelling reason for Eminem’s ensemble here, which I’ll get to in a little bit.) A Story to Tell

But it is worth noting that, just like the Revival figure, the Kamikaze Funko Pop! is sporting a shirt emblazoned with his latest album cover. (By the way, if it was some other rapper trying to rip off The Beastie Boys’ iconic Licensed to Ill imagery, they probably wouldn’t have gotten away with it.) A Story to Tell The twist here comes when B-Rabbit starts disclosing the life of Papa Doc and makes the crowd chant in support of him. Papa Doc is left speechless and forfeits without saying any line. One of his most memorable diss was when he said this to Papa Doc, “This guy’s a gangsta; his real name is Clarence.” Rapper Funko Pops Have A Deeper Meaning

Perhaps Funko is a bit apprehensive about giving a platform to someone with a shady past? And I mean that quite literally: Eminem’s Slim Shady alter ego was the type of character that certain manufacturers wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole. In reaction to its third installment, Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever (2013), Logic obtained a recording contract with Def Jam Recordings. So many Eminem smash hits are fuelled by a flurry of rage. On the Rihanna-assisted “The Monster,” Eminem psychoanalyzes himself with such calmness that you can’t help but root for his sustained recovery. His introspection is rendered beautifully in this music video, which revisits some of his greatest hits. The Revival Funko Pop

This Funko Pop! captures Eminem at the height of his creative powers and commercial success, which are both exemplified by his impeccable 2000 album The Marshall Mathers LP. When you look at MMLP-era Em, you instantly think about his dominance as the best-selling artist of the 2000s. On the surface, Eminem decided (either willingly or begrudgingly) to elevate the formality of his attire as he performed in the venue shown on the album cover. A Story to Tell

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