Looks like Eminem is entering into the pharmaceuticals business, at least, fictionally.
Paul Rosenberg shares a photograph of Yelawolf’s new album, but what is behind the album is what’s important. Sorry, Yelawolf.
See the ad? If the backward E for this new drug isn’t enough for you, how about these helpful clues from the drug’s website:
- “Seize The Moment” – “Sing For The Moment”
- “Revival could be ‘music to your ears'”
- The drug site itself says “In non-clinical studies, 100% of REVIVAL patents experienced AR symptom relief vs. 0% taking a bullsh*t placebo.”
- “Are allergic to midwestern tympanic stimulators.” Tympanic = part of the ear, Midwestern = Eminem from Detroit, MI = Midwest.
- Brain Damage as a symptom – “Brain Damage” as a song from Eminem’s catalog.
- “Light-leggedness,” “sweaty palms,” “Gluten sensitivity” = “His palms are sweaty, arms are heavy, there’s vomit on his sweater already, mom’s spaghetti.” AKA “Lose Yourself” lyrics.
- The site lists as a footnote that “REVIVAL does not cause these side effects, but if you have them you should for sure seek medical attention, “I need a doctor.” = “I Need A Doctor,” Eminem, Skylar Grey, Dr. Dre.
The beginning of the video says “It’s easy to Lose Yourself,” while the final words in the video on the drug’s website says “With REVIVAL, I won’t waste my one shot.”
I’m sold, well played Eminem and Paul Rosenberg. Well. Played.
Amy Cooper is ready to drop bombs, but she keeps on forgetting what she wrote down.