Troye Sivan Calls Out Eminem's Use of Homophobic Slurs: 'I Don't Think There's Ever Really a Reason'


Troye Sivan was crucial Eminem's use a homophobic slur on his newest album Kamikaze, which got here out on the identical day as Sivan's personal mission Bloom. When Sivan attended and carried out at a Variety Emmy get together over the weekend, he was requested concerning the rapper coming underneath fireplace for his use the slur.

“I don’t suppose there’s ever actually a purpose,” the singer mentioned utilizing slurs. “I simply really feel like some phrases are usually not meant for everybody, or for anybody. It’s not that arduous to respect that, so I simply hope that individuals do.”

Eminem deploys the homophobic phrase -- albeit self-censored -- on the dis monitor “Fall” to focus on Tyler, the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt. He has since apologized for his phrase selection in an interview with Sway Calloway.

Still, Sivan hasn’t given up utterly on Slim Shady so long as he makes an lively effort to rectify his errors. “I'd like to consider that if the particular person confirmed sufficient real regret and understanding how they’ve harm individuals and actively made strides to right that,” he continued, “I want to consider I will be tremendous with that particular person.”

Watch the interview beneath: