Did you know Venom's title track by Eminem has references to India and Mahatma Gandhi?
The rapper is said to have compared himself to the bloodthirsty symbiote, however, the reference is not related to the plot of the film at all.
Eminem recently released his newest album Kamikaze which also includes the title track for the upcoming Marvel film Venom. However, after listening to it several times because of the fast rap, fans have figured that Eminem has spoken about India and even Mahatma Gandhi, peaking the interest of every Eminem fan in India.
According to several media reports, Eminem during the title track Venom says, “"Slim be a combination of an actual kamikaze and Gandhi. Translation, I will probably kill us both... When I end up back in India... You ain't gonna be able to tell what the f**k's happening to you...". Several translators have got to the job and said that the rapper compares himself to the bloodthirsty symbiote, however, the reference is not related to the plot of the film at all. Interestingly, the rapper also mentions former racing driver Danica Patrick, author Edgar Allen Poe, rapper Dr Dre and even hip-hop artist Yung Joc.
The film about the anti-hero is Sony’s first in the Marvel Universe and has been directed by Ruben Fleischer and the film also stars Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze and Reid Scott, among others. The character first appeared in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3, where he was portrayed by Topher Grace but is now being played by Tom Hardy.