That's Rock Bottom
Tough week for Marshall Mathers.
Eminem and Kim Mathers have split again.
The rapper has filed for divorce less than three months after remarrying Mathers on Jan. 14.
"There has been a breakdown in the marriage relationship to the extent that the objects of matrimony have been destroyed and there remains no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved," said Eminem’s filing in Macomb County on Wednesday.
A day after being served with divorce papers by Eminem, Kim Mathers told a radio show that Em is again struggling with drug addiction and that she hasn't talked to him in more than a month.
"He's having problems with, you know, his problem that he had," Mathers said, referring to Eminem's stint in rehab for addiction to sleep medication.
"I hope, in his best interest, that he does return to rehab," she said during the phone call Thursday to WKQI-FM's "Mojo in the Morning" show. She also said she was surprised to be served with the divorce papers.
Eminem quickly fired back. In a statement Thursday, he said: "The details surrounding both my marriage and subsequent filing for divorce are private, and I had hoped to keep them that way for the sake of my family. However, a few of Kim's statements in a radio interview . . . need to be addressed.
"First, her allegations regarding my status post-rehab are both untrue and unfortunate. Second, she was aware that I was filing for divorce. We both tried to give our marriage another chance and quickly realized that a wedding doesn't fix the underlying problems."
Mrs Eminem, Kim Mathers, is reportedly after a $50 million chunk of her estranged husband’s fortune.
It was revealed last week that Eminem had filed for his second divorce from Kim just three months after remarrying her.
"She is going for gold. He is worth [tons] and she wants a big chunk," a friend of Kim says.
"This will be one of the biggest, nastiest, costliest divorces the music industry has ever seen."
In a seedy nightclub along the road made famous by Eminem, one of the rap superstar's closest friends lost his life to gunfire.
Proof, a member of the rap group D12, was killed early Tuesday at the CCC club on Eight Mile, the dividing line between Detroit and its northern suburbs. Police said he and another man were each shot in the head. The other man lived but was critically injured.
That's Rock Bottom
When you feel you have had it up to here
Cause you mad enough to scream but you sad enough to tear