Eminem and Lil Wayne said they have to Google their own songs to avoid writing the same lyrics

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Eminem and Lil Wayne Google their own song lyrics.

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  • Eminem recently appeared as a guest on Lil Wayne's Young Money Radio show on Apple Music.

  • The two rappers both admitted they have to Google their own lyrics while writing new songs, in order to avoid accidentally repeating lines and verses.

  • "If you look through my phone history with my Google history and you press 'L,' first thing that will come up is Lil Wayne lyrics," Wayne told Eminem. "I literally have to Google my lyrics to make sure I didn't say something before."

  • "I swear to God, I do that too," Eminem replied. "I've been doing that for like the last five years. You'll be like, 'Oh, I knew I flipped this one [verse].'"

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Eminem and Lil Wayne recently discussed their illustrious discographies on the latter's live Apple Music show, Young Money Radio.

The two rappers both admitted they have to research their own lyrics while writing new songs.

"I literally bro, when I'm doing something, if you look through my phone history with my Google history and you press 'L,' first thing that will come up is Lil Wayne lyrics," Wayne told his guest, via People. "I literally have to Google my lyrics to make sure I didn't say something before."

"Oh my god! I swear to God I do that too," Eminem replied.

Wayne laughed, adding: "Man, that's how long we've been doing this s---."

"Yeah, I just did that s--- last night," Eminem continued."Man, that's funny as hell. I've been doing that for like the last five years. You'll be like 'Oh I knew I flipped this one [verse].'"

"Exactly, 'I was wondering why that s--- sounded so perfect,'" Wayne agreed.

Both Wayne and Eminem launched their long and celebrated music careers in the late '90s. The "Uproar" rapper currently has 13 albums under his belt, having released "Funeral" in February, while the "8 Mile" star surprise-dropped his 11th studio album, "Music to Be Murdered By," in January.

As reported by People, Eminem also announced a $250,000 donation to his own charity, the Marshall Mathers Foundation, during his appearance on the show.

The foundation was launched to support disadvantaged youths in Eminem's hometown of Detroit, and has recently been helping residents amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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