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An old Eminem song has sparked social media backlash for 'cultural appropriation'.
The 2004 track with D12, 'My Band', resurfaced on Twitter, with many commentators slamming the song as inappropriate.
The rapper, 49, is dressed in a matador outfit, while members of D12 are dressed like they're in a Mariachi band. In the final verse, Eminem mimics a Mexican accent, saying, "my salsa makes all the pretty girls want to dance and get in their underpants."
A Twitter user posted the clip to the platform with the tweet: "Let us never forget #MySalsa". This prompted people to compare a recent scandal with rapper Tyga, where he was forced to apologise to the Mexican community for his 'Ay Caramba' music video.
Tyga told L.A. Leakers and American Cholo podcast host Gil Tejada: "I want to apologise to the Mexican community and my fans that are Mexican.