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Eminem Revival Ads Did not Run During Saturday night live
Eminem Revival Ads Did not Run During Saturday night live:
Eminem's prescription parody advertisements for his Revival album had initially assumed they were for an actual pharmaceutical drug. Before Em's manager Paul Rosenberg let the cat out of the bag by posting the fake Revival advertisement on his Instagram feed, there was at least one party troubled sufficient about the advertisements to keep them off of network television.
After SNL did reviews of the new Eminem Revival advertisement the network basically said "oh hell no" we can't run this ad because it is to deceptive and would lead people to believe that the drug being promoted was real. The management for Eminem thought the idea of that was pretty awesome.
The decease that Revival supposedly cures called Atrox Rithimus will not actually show up in any medical writings or written information because it is fake, it doesn't exist.
Eminem never directly promoted this advertisement to viewers the agency opted for those fake testimonials, and followers. But anyone with a trained eye could probably spot that it was a fake. Especially after the ads started mysteriously started popping up after Eminems Trump smake down in 2017.
The agency gambled that there would be so much speculation about the new album that the excited fans would keep an eye out for the release. Of course drugs are a major theme that runs through most of Eminems work.
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