By Damilola Faustino
Eminem’s manager, Paul Rosenberg has responded to criticisms that his client made use of real gunshot sound effects during his performance at the Bonnaroo music festival over the weekend.
The rapper was criticised for using realistic gunshot sound effects that left some fans running for the exit during his performance at the Bonnaroo music festival.
However, Rosenberg has debunked the claims, noting that the effect was a pyrotechnic concussion, which music artists have been using in their performances for over 10 years.
See his post below:
Now, Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg has denied the rapper’s set featured the alleged sound effects.
He said in an Instagram post: “Contrary to inaccurate reports, @Eminem does not use gunshot sound effects during his live show. The effect used by Eminem in his set at @bonnaroo was a pyrotechnic concussion which creates a loud boom. He has used this effect — as have hundreds, other artists — in his live show for over 10 years, including previous US festival dates in 2018 without complaint.”
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