The misspelling of a words “Martial Law” has led people to think a new Eminem album is dropping soon.
Conoravirus situation has got to the point where Florida senator Mark Rubio decided to address the topic via Twitter:
“Please stop spreading stupid rumors about marshall law. COMPLETELY FALSE. We will continue to see closings and restrictions on hours of non-essential businesses in certain cities and states. But that is NOT marshall law.” Check it below:
Please stop spreading stupid rumors about marshall law.
We will continue to see closings & restrictions on hours of non-essential businesses in certain cities & states. But that is NOT marshall law.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) March 16, 2020
His misspelling of the term, which refers to a military body taking control of a certain area, was caught by many people. Some made funny jokes, referencing Eminem and some actually thought Eminem was dropping an album. Check out some tweets below:
Isn’t Marshall Law an Eminem album?
— Mina Markham 🧁 (@MinaMarkham) March 16, 2020
BREAKING: Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem) is now the supreme leader of America, amidst calls to institute Marshall Law. https://t.co/2TlnHsNRCz
— Kyle Hooten (@KyleHooten2) March 16, 2020
if "Marshall Law" isn't Eminem's next diss track what are we even doing pic.twitter.com/8ujdrl39Bt
— shauna (@goldengateblond) March 16, 2020
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) March 16, 2020
Damn i was wondeting why Marshall Law is trending, i seriously thought eminem is dropping a new album 🤷♀️
— cheeerz ⁷ 🍯🌙 (@cheeerz) March 16, 2020
Marshall Law is Eminem’s new album https://t.co/NWcrzvh1fC
— 🎈Big Homie🎈 Hoodrich™ KODAQ 🅴 (@BigHomieKODAQ) March 16, 2020
Foreal tho I know em just dropped his new album but when is Marshall law dropping @Eminem
— SourMelones (@sourmelons2) March 16, 2020
It should be noted that Senator Marco Rubio is a big Eminem fan. In one of his 2017 interviews, he said: “The only guy that speaks at any sort of depth is, in my mind, Eminem. He’s a guy that does music that talks about the struggles of addiction and before that violence, with growing up in a broken family, not being a good enough father.”