A newly leaked snippet from what appears to be an old Eminem track features a line about siding with Chris Brown after he assaulted Rihanna in 2009.
A Reddit user posted a seven-second snippet, titled "(SNIPPET) Eminem - Things Get Worse (Rihanna Diss)," of what seems to be an unreleased version of what would become B.o.B.'s 2011 track "Things Get Worse."
一个Reddit（社交新闻网站）用户发了7秒的片段，标题是“（片段）姆爷——《Things Get Worse》（diss蕾哈娜）”，似乎是未发行的B.o.B.2011年的单曲《Things Get Worse》。
In the snippet, Eminem can be heard saying — between voiceovers meant to prevent copyright infringement — "Of course I side with Chris Brown, I'd beat a b---- down too."
Since the song appears to have been illegally obtained, Insider can't link to it — but it was still up on the r/Eminem subreddit as of Monday, and the lyric in question has been making the rounds on Twitter.
According to comments on Genius, "Things Get Worse" was recorded over a cast-off track Eminem wrote for his 2009 album, "Relapse," which was released months after Brown was charged with felony assault.
Genius网站上的评论说《Things Get Worse》这首歌是姆爷为2009年的专辑《Relapse》写的歌，后来被放弃了。这个专辑是在布朗被指控犯有袭击重罪的几个月后发行的。
Brown was accused of leaving "visible injuries" on Rihanna, his girlfriend at the time, resulting in her hospitalization. He later pleaded guilty as part of a plea deal.
Rihanna and Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, have since worked together multiple times, most notably on the songs "Love the Way You Lie" and "The Monster" in 2010 and 2013.
姆爷的真名是马歇尔·马瑟斯，他和蕾哈娜在那之后有过多次合作，最著名的是在2010年和2013年合唱的《Love the Way You Lie》和《The Monster》。
Mathers' career has been full of controversies stemming from his depictions of violence against women. "Things Get Worse" contains multiple references to female celebrities — including Dakota Fanning, who was 16 in 2009 — being sexually abused and murdered.
由于马瑟斯对暴力侵害妇女的描述，他的事业充满争议。《Things Get Worse》多次提到遭受性虐待和谋杀的女名人，其中包括当时16岁的达科塔·范宁。
The song also disses Angelina Jolie, Jessica Simpson, Carmen Electra, Natasha Bedingfield, and Mathers' mother, who filed a slander lawsuit against him in 1999 over lyrics on the "The Slim Shady LP."
这首歌也diss了安吉丽娜·朱莉、杰西卡·辛普森、卡门·伊莱克特拉、娜塔莎·贝丁菲尔德和马瑟斯的母亲，她在1999年针对《The Slim Shady LP》中的歌词起诉他诽谤。
Mathers was also sued by his ex-wife, Kimberly Scott, over a 2000 song called "Kim" that describes the rapper violently killing her. Both suits were eventually settled.