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Eminem Brings His Famous Mom's Spaghetti to Detroit Hospital Workers

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Craig McDean

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After celebrating 12 years of sobriety this week, Eminem wanted to keep the positivity  going. Billboard has confirmed that the 8 Mile rapper donated cups of his renowned Mom's Spaghetti to Detroit hospital workers.

Through his Marshall Mathers Foundation, Eminem will be providing cups of Mom's Spaghetti to healthcare workers around the Detroit area of the next few weeks, according to this camp. If you recall, Mom's Spaghetti isn't just a famous namedrop on Eminem's Oscar-Winning song "Lose Yourself," but also a staple in the festival circuit with its pop-up spots. Eminem is the latest star help out during the COVID-19 relief, along with Jay-Z, Rihanna, DJ Khaled, Lizzo, and more. 

On Tuesday, Eminem's name popped up during Nick Cannon's interview with Billboard, when the Wild 'N Out host spoke on their contentious feud. "I'm one of those cats that matches energy. I don't do it -- I overdo it. Even in high school, I was a little guy, but if you made fun of me, I was gonna make fun of you, your momma, and that's the same energy of Wild 'N Out," said Cannon. "It was a month of social commentary, but if you've ever heard me speak on this matter, I always give that dude his props as an icon in hip-hop. I think he knows better now. If he keeps talking about me, I'm gonna keep talking back."

Take a look at some of the cups below.

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