“People who do this are really quite evil. Children are influenced by the things they see. If we feed violence, it becomes strong. Like an addiction. It's all about the money with these videos. Eminem isn't thinking about the families affected. It's selfish - it comes to a point when selfishness becomes evil," Daily Mirror quoted a spokesperson from U.K. group Mothers Against Violence as saying.
The controversial video has the singer shooting himself in the head and then imagines of strangling his girlfriend. The video has invited the wrath of the people, as many think that it may have negative impact on the next generation.
American rapper Eminem has landed up in trouble again. Campaigners of an anti-violence group have come down heavily on the rapper for portraying suicide in the promotional video of his latest single 'Space Bound'.