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Eminem has decided at this point of his career that any criticism of his work will command a response from his end. Much of his latest surprise album, Kamikaze, took that approach and wasn’t critically-acclaimed, prompting Slim Shady to take out a full-page ad in The Hollywood Reporter in the process.

Diversity in Hollywood has become a hot-button topic as of late but The Hollywood Reporter didn’t help move the conversation forward when they rolled out its latest roundtable cover to commemorate its five-year anniversary.

It’s hard to say where Drake’s career would be if it wasn’t for his partner in crime, Noah “40” Shebib.