- Eminem relaunches mom’s spaghetti for the healthcare workers in Detroit.
- The rapper donated spaghetti in cups to Henry Ford Health System, saying “Thank you frontline caregivers.”
- Eminem launched this pop-up eatery based on his Oscar-winning song at the Coachella Music Festival back in 2018.
Eminem relaunches mom’s spaghetti for Detroit. This time, to donate to healthcare workers fighting for everyone who could not.
Henry Ford Health System (@henryfordhealthsystem) in Detroit posted online, sharing on social media a photo of spaghetti in disposable cups donated to the healthcare workers in the hospital. The American rapper intended that his donation would feed those at the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
The picture was posted on April 21, and captioned, “Our #HealthcareHeroes ‘lost themselves’ in the delicious Mom’s Spaghetti donated by Detroit’s very own, @eminem. Thank you for providing a special meal for our team members! ????.”
The words, “Thank you frontline caregivers,” or “Mom,” are printed on the spaghetti containers donated to the medical staff.
The donation comes as the state records 33,929 confirmed cases and 2,812 dead from coronavirus, New York Times announces Thursday morning.
Mom’s spaghetti was lifted from Lose Yourself by Eminem. The soundtrack was featured in 8 Mile (2002), winning an academy award for the rapper that same year.
The lyrics from the song where the phrase had been lifted goes, “His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy/there’s vomit on his sweater already — mom’s spaghetti.”
Eminem launched the pop-up eatery based on this song at the Coachella Music Festival back in 2018. He called it Mom’s Spaghetti.
The rapper previously launched Mom’s Spaghetti before the release of his 2017 Revival Album in Detroit where he surprised his fans with a meet and greet, inclusive of his official merchandise.