For the challenge, users produce four photos showing how they portray themselves on various social media apps: LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder.
Parton launched the meme herself.
Except when Eminem created his own version of the meme, he swapped “Tinder” for “Grindr,” a popular gay dating app.
“Did I do this right,” he captioned the four photos, which were posted to his Twitter.
Did I do this right? pic.twitter.com/ZkoV5T4yxB
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) January 24, 2020
“Who?” the official Grindr Twitter account quote-tweeted in response to Pop Crave’s tweet about his version of the meme.
— Grindr (@Grindr) January 24, 2020
Users compared the shade to iconic Mariah Carey shade. When Carey was asked about Jennifer Lopez in 2001, the pop star simply replied: “I don’t know her.” Carey and Eminem also have a years-long feud of their own.
— T.T.G. (@TonyTh3King) January 25, 2020
Eminem, who’s been previously roasted for using homophobic language in his music, has not responded to the shade.
Still, this isn’t the first time the rapper has mentioned Grindr. In 2017, he said during an interview with Vulture that he’s met dates on both Tinder and Grindr when opening up about his love life. “Dating’s just not where I’m at lately,” Eminem said.
After confirming he uses Tinder, he added: “And Grindr. I also used to go to strip clubs.”