Eminem Conspiracy Theory Claims He Was ‘Replaced’ By A Clone

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Eminem ‘apparently died in 2006 and was replaced by a clone,’ according to a conspiracy theory that is going viral.

Spanish website La Guía Del Varón has posted an article where it is claimed that the rapper ‘passed away,’ and that his ‘change in an appearance’ further ‘proves’ this.

The theory reportedly states: “The theorist claims that the shape of Eminem’s ears, his bone structure, and his gaze has changed.”

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The website further adds: “The ‘evidence’ shows ‘significant changes; in Eminem’s lyrics, which occurred well before 2006, leading people to believe that Slim Shady died in 1999, and not 2006.

“His style, including themes and clothing, has apparently changed from putting ‘a big emphasis on the hip-hop lifestyle’ to a ‘much darker’ style.”

The website believes that they decided to clone Eminem because of how successful he is and ‘for the music industry to keep making money’.

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Despite this ‘evidence,’ many fans on social media do not believe it, with one person writing: “Or maybe people are just reaching and he’s just aged like a normal person?”

Another wrote: “What is it with these conspiracy theories?! I read the other day that Avril Lavigne also died and replaced by a clone.”

Other fans have dismissed this theory in their own humorous ways, with one tweeting: “Does that mean he is not the real slim shady?”

“​​Ask him to stand up and find out,” penned another.

Eminem now joins an exclusive list of celebrities, alongside Paul McCartney, Avril Lavigne, and Britney Spears, who have allegedly died and been ‘replaced by either clones, robots, or imposters’.

Fans of the rapper are eagerly anticipating his upcoming album ‘Curtain Call 2,’ a sequel to his 2005 greatest hits album.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.