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Eminem is the business of good deeds.
The rapper was recently awarded a total of $415,000 US dollars for a winning a New Zealand lawsuit.
A Wednesday, October 25th, ruling announced that the Detroit rapper will receive the awarded amount after winning a lawsuit which invoved Em’s publishing company. Back in 2014, Eight Mile Style was awarded the amount in a copyright case against New Zealand’s National party, which used a song deemed similar to Eminem’s hit ‘Lose Yourself.’
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Now, the hip-hop icon will be donating the proceeds to hurricane relief. In a statement from Em’s reps, ‘any monetary settlement he receives from it will be donated to hurricane relief.
Shouts to Em!