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Bizarre talks leaving D12 and Nicki Minaj obsession with

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Instead of his career with Shady Records, Bizarre is probably better-known for his appearance on “Celebrity Fit Club.” After the success of his debut album, Eminem was granted a label from Interscope Records. However, Eminem has remained the sole star of the label, until recent years. In 2001, he released a D12 album, but the spotlight stayed on him.

In 2004, however, D12 released another album and the other artists shined more. Even in the middle of the biggest rap war since East vs. West, D12 served as comic relief. This time around, Bizarre shined bright. Bizarre made light of hos he had been stuck in the background on their breakout hit single, “My Band.” But, following their 2004 success, the group was placed back on the backburner.

Eight years since his fifteen minutes of fame, Bizarre has yet to truly experience superstardom. Bizarre has decided to leave both D12 and Shady Records. However, Bizarre remains on good terms with Eminem and the label, predicting Slaughterhouse to have much success in 2012. During his interview, with, Bizarre discussed his new album, This Guy’s a Weirdo, and his obsession with Nicki Minaj. Bizarre revealed he has gotten a response from Nicki Minaj and he is not sure if he will end his obsession with her after this.

Nicki Minaj added more fuel to her media fire, when the photo of her kissing Lil Wayne at the 2012 NBA All-Star Game surfaced on the internet. Bizarre said he has no issues with her dating other men, because they have an open relationship. The conversation shifted to his relationship with D12. While things between Bizarre and D12 are still cool, he left because of creative difference. There were rumors of Bizarre leaving to join Odd Future, which he denies. Instead, he is now the head of his own movement, The Weirdo Movement. However, Bizarre did state there are no hard feelings with his old crew and he dubbed Odd Future a young version of D12.

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