Fans are convinced that Eminem wrote a diss track about Amber Heard and they cannot stop talking about the same on social media. However, things are a bit different than they seem as the rapper has no connection to the Aquaman actress.
Viewers were glued to the screens of their television and laptops when the Heard and Johnny Depp defamation case had been going on.
After weeks of going back and forth, the jury finally revealed their verdict in which Depp emerged as a winner. Now, some think Eminem showed his support towards Depp by releasing a diss track about Heard.
Lyrics for Amber Heard’s diss track explored
On June 10, a video titled “Eminem – Amber” surfaced online on YouTube and the song soon went viral with it being shared on other platforms like Twitter.
The lyrics for the song go as follows:
Yo yo we need to go back to 2001 for this.
You can run
You can hide
But I’ll find you
As the four-minute thirty three seconds song continues, the lyrics further read:
As a character having mastered the act of commanding gallons of water in Aquaman
Had the masses laughing afterword
Cause stands understand that on the stand as it stands
Amber Heard hasn’t jerked a single tear.”
Did Eminem write this song?
No, Eminem did not write this song. In fact, the rap legend has never commented on the Depp VS Heard case. It looks like Eminem is keeping his distance and not making a statement about whose side he is on, or if he was ever on one.
The song that is making waves on the internet is written and sung by Lil Byte, the same person who has also uploaded the song on YouTube. If you go to his about section on the platform, you will notice that he has mentioned he often uses Eminem’s voice to produce new songs.
He writes: “I create EMINEM songs by synthesizing his voice. everything you hear in my music has been created by me. from time to time I might try out other artists.”
What was the verdict in the Johnny Depp Amber Heard case?
A seven-people jury came to the conclusion that Heard had defamed Depp in her op-ed. For this, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor was awarded $10 million in damages.
To add to this, the jury also noted that Heard had been defamed by one of Depp’s lawyers, and for this, she was awarded $2 million in damages.