overseas are studying video tapes of Eminem's debut British
concert, looking for proof that he urged teenaged fans to take
drugs. Eminem has been in the hotseat lately, because amongst
other things, his stage show has him simulate his own death
in an electric chair, as well as roaming the stage with a chainsaw.
When asked about
reports that he had also urged the audience to take Ecstasy
tablets, Chief Inspector Steve White told Reuters: ''We are
particularly looking to see if he was inciting people to take
drugs. We had people inside watching the act. We have seized
the videotape the arena used to record the act.''
which seemed to have waged war on him is now attempting reconciliation
with the artist. ``I would like to stop this war between us
because life is too short,'' Eminem's grandmother Betty said
on Friday. His mother has also caught some maternal feelings,
as she is now considering to drop the $10 million dollar defamation
lawsuit she has against him.''
``Eminem was not
given a gold spoon or a silver spoon when he was born. His mother
had a one-room apartment. He had no father in his life. He tried
to write to his father many, many times. The letters were always
returned'' Betty continued.
Even his father,
Marshall Mathers II, has caught the spirit. "I desperately
want to meet my son and tell him that I love him,'' he told
Britain's Mirror tabloid from his home in San Diego, California.
``I'm not interested in his money. I just want to talk to him.''