Eminem admits it is ''f***ed up'' and time consuming to get caught up in online arguments but maintains he still does so.
Eminem admits it is ''f***ed up'' to get caught up in online arguments.
The 41-year-old rapper - real name Marshall Bruce Mathers III - realises that reading people's comments on social media platforms can often waste time and be ''counter-productive'' as they spark arguments but still finds himself reading these posts.
Speaking on SiriusXM radio, he said: ''I really try not to pay attention [to social media platforms.] Put it this way, I want to keep my finger on the pulse of what's going on, so I don't want to be ignorant in that sense.
''But at the same time, I can't pay attention to what everyone is saying.
''I would never be able to make music, I don't think, if I got caught up in that.
''Because I would probably get caught up in some ugly arguments with people.'Yo, drive to my house now.' It would consume a lot of my time and it would be very counter-productive for me to do that. But I still do, and that's what's f***ed up.''
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