Eminem Donates "Mom's Spaghetti" to Frontline Workers in Detroit

Eminem Donates 'Mom's Spaghetti' to Frontline Workers in Detroit
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, the celebs are finding new and interesting ways to insert themselves into the conversation. For Eminem, that meant launching a takeout food brand to help frontline workers in Detroit.

Yes, Eminem's team delivered a handful of clear containers labelled "Mom's Spaghetti" and adorned with the Shady Records logo for Detroit's frontline workers to consume. The food was actually made by local catering company Union Joints and funded by Eminem, along with the Marshall Mathers Foundation.

Here's what it looked like:
Does the food photograph well? Absolutely not. Does the name "Mom's Spaghetti" remind us of the "Lose Yourself" line "There's vomit on my sweater already," thus immediately making us think of puke when we look at the food? Yes, yes it does.

But Eminem has pledged to keep delivering similar meals to Detroit area hospitals in the coming weeks.