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    Timothy White, Billboard

    Date: Date unknown, 1999

    On the heels of the release of The Slim Shady LP, the most scathing backlash came from Timothy White, who at the time was the Editor-in-Chief of Billboard magazine. White felt that the violent and misogynistic content on the album was not only irresponsible on Shady's behalf, but also a destructive move on the label's (Aftermath/Interscope) part.

    If you seek to play a leadership role in making money by exploiting the world’s misery, the music industry remains an easy place to start.