Anyone who knows Eminem can bear witness to the fact that although he is one of the rappers you wouldn't want to mess with; he is also amongst one of the most compassionate artists the world has ever seen.
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But what sets Eminem apart from the rest is what you are going to see below:
There happened to be a fan of Eminem, whom was Identified as Gage Garmo (a 17-year-old boy) who suffering from bone cancer and was told by the doctors that he has less than a week to live.
Photo Credit: Gage Garmo, Pinterest Images
One of Garmo's wishes was that he wanted to see his idol, Eminem, before he dies.
Garmo's friends helped to create awareness for the young man's predicament and eventually created a GoFundMe page for him. It wasn't long until a charity organization, popularly known as Rainbow Connection found about the boy's wish and contacted Eminem's team who then helped to make the boy aware to Eminem.
Photo Credit: Eminem and Gage Garmo, Evora Images
Well, long story short, Eminem honoured the boy's request and showed up at Garmo's home; he sat with the boy and they discussed (for an hour) about his family, hip-hop and football.
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Sadly, the next day after Eminem's visit, the young man (Gage Garmo) passed away; but knowing fully well that his wish has been granted before he left this earth.
Furthermore, it is also important to note that Eminem didn't even promote or speak about this encounter on any of his songs or interviews, he simply showed up to meet a fan of his whom was already nearing his last days on earth.
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