Eminem rejected in Northern Ireland

Rapper Eminem seems to have to think twice about his plans appear at an event shows in Northern Ireland. As quoted from page Femalefirst, planned attendance at the event Eminem Tennant Festival which took place in Bangor, Northern Ireland, 23-24 August 2011, drawn protests from local residents. They requested that the festival was canceled.
Rejection is considered to arise because of Eminem's lyrics are explicitly cited insulting someone. One protester tried to lobby the local council refused to grant permission for the event. "I have no problem with family and friends held a concert, but the singer is using harsh words. The words that demeans women, dirty and sarcasm. Council should never have let him, "said one protester, Brian Ashworth, the Belfast Telegraph.
Parties to North Down Borough Council will reportedly make a decision on the matter on July 11, 2011. Earlier a spokesman for the festival revealed Aisling Duffy, Eminem will perform at the Tennent Vital Festival 2011. Award-winning Top Artist in the event the Billboard Music Awards 2011 will be performing at the second day of the festival.
Eminem's last album released in June 2010 with the headline 'Recovery'. One of the singles from this album, namely 'Love the Way You Lie' managed to become hits.


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