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Eminem tries to upstage Kanye by peeing on the floor

19 November 2013, 06:49

Los Angeles - Eminem threatened to urinate in his interview.

The Bezerk rapper said he wanted to "pee on the floor" during a short teaser posted online ahead of his chat with BBC Radio 1 host Zane Lowe on Monday during which he insists on upstaging fellow rapper Kanye West's controversial interview with the host.

Eminem figured the action would top the publicity generated after Kanye declared himself as "a God" when being quizzed by Zane last month, which later resulted in a spat between the New Slaves rapper and Jimmy Kimmel after the US chat show host spoofed the interview.

Eminem joked: "I was trying to figure out how I was going to top the publicity of yours and Kanye's interview. So I decided I was going to walk in here, pee on the floor and leave. I'm peeing right now. See you guys later."

Earlier this week, the 41-year-old rapper also revealed that his own laziness is why fans had a three-year wait for the release of his new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

He told French radio station NRJ : "It's basically because I'm lazy that it took so long! I did the Recovery album then I started working on some side projects for my Shady Records, the label."

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