Eighteen years after Eminem detailed the gruesome and fictional murder of his real-life ex-wife Kim on The Marshall Mathers LP, Em is finally getting a taste of his own medicine in the video for "Good Guy," released Friday.
Guessing by his lyrical track record, Eminem has some major relationship hangups and the latest track to drop from his tenth record Kamikaze is a continuation of unresolved infidelity issues or, like, fragile masculinity. Or so we're guessing.
The video opens with Canadian pop singer Jessie Reyez frantically digging her way out of a freshly covered grave only to emerge in the kitchen of Eminem's seaside subdivision chateau as he's innocently pouring cereal. The stand-off finds Reyez and Em grappling and tumbling until Reyez fends him off by throwing a wine glass, a rose-filled vase, eventually grabbing a kitchen knife and making a few swipes before successfully biting and stabbing the middle-aged rapper.
Em barrels up the stairs and Reyez throws him out of a window, both landing on a cement patio where she rolls to kiss him and (
Watch Jessie Reyez go head-to-head with Eminem— and win in "Good Guy":