Chris Rock hints at collaboration with Eminem, posts photo (Poll)
Chris Rock, an actor and comedian known for his controversial jokes, may be stepping behind the mic.
Rock, 48, has dropped some major hints that he's set to appear on a track for Eminem's upcoming album -- and now, a photo that he posted on his official WhoSay account is sending people into a frenzy (See photo below).
The "Grown Ups" actor appeared on Fuse TV earlier in the week, suggesting that he may have collaborated with the famed rapper for a song.
After being asked what he was doing with Eminem in the studio -- and confirming that it was in fact the Detroit rapper in the blurry WhoSay photo -- he gave a very ambiguous answer.
"Uh, I can't really say," he said in the interview. "Hey, hey, I was on the Kanye [West] record; maybe I'm on the Eminem record. You never know."
Rock made a brief cameo appearance on West's critically acclaimed album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The comedian appeared on the song, "Blame Game," which featured vocals by John Legend as well as a profane, comedic skit by Rock at the end.
Aside from the interview, Rock hasn't spoke publicly regarding the rumor. The release date for Eminem's highly-anticipated album has also yet to be announced.
The WhoSay photo, which he posted on May 7, was simply captioned: "In the studio with Em don't sleep."
(Pictured: ABOVE -- Chris Rock appears in a scene from Fuse's television series, 'United States of Hip Hop,' on May 13, 2013. / BELOW -- Chris Rock appears in a photo he posted on his official WhoSay page on May 7, 2013.)
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