Did Eminem create a diss track on Amber Heard? Everything here

The high-profile defamation trial involving Amber Heard and Johnny Depp ended a few weeks ago.

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However, the world, including artists, is far from forgetting about it.

Recently, music that claims to be an Amber Heard diss track recorded by rapper Eminem recently surfaced.

Everything you need to know is right here.

Is there a diss track by Eminem about Amber Heard?

On the internet, a song allegedly sung by Eminem has appeared.

Amber is the name of the song.

The song was uploaded on content maker little Byte’s YouTube account. In just two days, it has earned over 33 thousand views.

‘Sorry misheard so I guess to her death deaf sht/ let’s pander Amber’s as and smack matras at the stand for her/ cause flat out she can’t manage to have an answer/that hasn’t had her lying,’ according to the song’s lyrics.

‘As a figure in Aquaman who mastered the art of controlling gallons of water/ had the public laughing afterword/ cuz stands comprehend that on the stand as it stands/ Amber Heard hasn’t jerked a single tear,’ says another stanza.

Even though the song was an instant smash with fans, Eminem, the global rap icon, did not release it.

‘I produce EMINEM songs by synthesizing his voice,’ according to Lil Byte’s official YouTube channel’s ‘About page.’ Everything you hear in my song is my original work, and I might experiment with other artists from time to time.’

Eminem is no new to trash tracks, either, and he’s dissed Mariah Carey, Donald Trump, Benzino, Limp Bizkit, Everlast, Machine Gun Kelly, and others in the past.

Other songs that refer to the defamation case between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp

On the YouTube channel ‘deppjohnny056,’ a song named Hallelujah was posted. A slideshow of Johnny Depp’s photos was featured in the video.

Many admirers imagined the song was performed by the Pirates of the Caribbean actor. Ethan Bortnick, a singer-songwriter, was the one who came up with the idea.

Billie Eilish recently headlines when she referred to Depp and Heard’s highly publicized court dispute.

At a recent concert, the pop star premiered an unreleased song called TV.

‘The internet’s gone crazy watching Hollywood stars on trial / While they’re reversing Roe v. Wade,’ the lyrics say.

Netizens believe the movie stars on trial’ was about the libel case involving Depp and Heard.