“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey fired back — in a friendly manner, of course — at Eminem’s choice to reference her “flat-little badonkadonk” in a new track off of the rapper’s double-disc “Shady XV” album.
The UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion appeared flattered by the inclusion of her back-side being mentioned by one of the world’s most famous musical talents, discussing the situation during a recent appearance on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” late-night talk show, which you can watch above.
“He’s an artist and art isn’t meant to be nice,” said Rousey of Eminem’s raps about her. “It’s meant to make you feel something.”
“Rowdy” Ronda continued, “I like being called a ‘slaughterhouse in a blouse.’ I think that’s cool. I’m not perfect, but parts of me are pretty awesome and I think if Eminem took the ass Pepsi Challenge, he would totally pick me as his favorite.”
For those who missed it, you can read Eminem’s rhymes about Rousey, or listen to the full song, by checking out the following MMANews.com article that we published last Thursday, before all of the “Johnny-come-lately’s” decided to run with it: Eminem Mentions Ronda Rousey In New Track On His “Shady XV” Album
The above article also contains a pretty tasteless rhyme from Eminem’s rap label-mate Royce Da 5’9”, who not-so-politely references the War Machine and Christy Mack alleged domestic abuse incident.
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