He also raps about chopping up Christie Brinkely's body and leaving her remains "in front of Steven Avery's trailer."
In his music video for "Framed," Eminem and his "three personalities" escape from an insane asylum to embark on a killing spree he doesn't remember.
Eminem recalls chopping up Brinkely's body and leaving her remains "in front of Steven Avery's trailer." Avery is a Wisconsin man who was convicted of sexual assault and attempted murder in 1985, a controversial case chronicled by the Netflix documentary series, "Making a Murderer."
The rapper then brings up the daughter of mortal enemy President Donald Trump, rapping, "Donald Duck's on, there's a Tonka Truck in the yard. But dog, how the f-ck is Ivanka Trump in the trunk of my car?"
This is now Eminem's "second murder with no recollection of it."
The rapper goes on to "cut my public defender's jugular then stuck him up in a blender," still maintaining that he's "almost certain" he was "framed."
Perhaps the most controversial line of the entire track comes during the third chorus, when Eminem says, "Just escaped from the state pen for [edited] eight women who hate men." Given the rhyme scheme of the line, the edited word is almost absolutely "raping."
Watch the bloody video and listen to the cryptic song below.