"He kinda has a point", Eminem replied in response to a tweet that asked, "Remember when Eminem was actually dope?" Any way we can tell you that he shared the stage with the biggest name in the industry like Skylar Grey, Dr. Dre, Bebe Rexha and 50 Cent.
When Eminem was announced as the headliner for day 3 of Coachella, there were concerns the self-proclaimed "Rap God" would only focus on playing his less popular newer material, but last night, fans were treated to one of his finest performances ever.
Eminem offered fans food as well as music at Coachella - opening a pop-up "Mom's Spaghetti" kiosk at the festival.More news: WaPo/ABC Poll: Democrat advantage on voter preferences and enthusiasm shrinks
But those who attended the show certainly got bang for their buck as Em ran through some of his most iconic hits like "Real Slim Shady", "Stan", "Sing For The Moment" and many more.
A fan is photographed during Eminem's performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio on Sunday, April 15, 2018. "Mentor Dr Dre came on stage to perform "Still D.R.E.' as well as Snoop Dogg's classic, "Nothin" but a G Thang, a cover Tupac's 'California Love" and an outing of 'Forgot About Dre".
The show seemed to end with "Not Afraid", a song Eminem dedicated to anyone struggling with addiction - it was released on the 2010 album "Recovery", which dealt with Eminem's struggle to stay clean.More news: What did we learn? Game one: Avs vs. Preds
"They included: "'Fat. No one's has been paying attention to you since 2003".
Eminem's message was clear on Sunday.More news: GE3, the massive asteroid that grazed the Earth on Sunday