However, it appears that this doesn't apply to everybody, as Eminem has caught some criticism for using gunshots during one of his live performances.
However, a representative for the star denied he had used gunshot effects.
"Coming from a performing stand point, i get the effect of sound effects on stage, but there's a certain point that cross's the line. i'm one of eminem's number 1 fans but to hear 3 gun shots coming straight from his set had me scared af. not gonna lie. especially in this world.", a fan tweeted, feeling that the rapper had crossed a line.
"[Eminem] has used this effect - as have hundreds other artists - in his live show for over 10 years, including previous USA festival dates in 2018 without complaint", the rep said.
'@AndreaRussett @sandwahhh @macykatemusic found this on Instagram, the way everyone screams and the camera drops is terrifying, ' one user wrote and shared a video from the performance.
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The crowd at the Manchester, Tennessee show was sent into panic by noises at the end of the rapper's song "Kill You", with frightened fans reportedly screaming, ducking and running.
"Being at a festival/concert in these current times brings new concerns & fears", Williams tweeted. "Would have been good to have a warning before show". This is the sad reality that we are living. 'This is not amusing or even something to be joked about'.
"Eminem has done [this] for years", wrote a fan called Molly.
Eminem uses loud gunshots in the show and people are not chill about it. Want him to go.
Another added: '... I 100% understand the effect it could have had on many In the audience, and I do believe we need to put a stop to gun violence.
Many fans took to Twitter to criticize the Lose Yourself hitmaker for his insensitivity. "They're not improvised gun shots they're part of the songs".