Eminem plays Rabbit, in 1995 Detroit, on 8 Mile. He's stuck in a dead-end car factory work, and his relationship falling apart. His only escape route is rapping tournaments in the local club, which proves hard for him, as he is white. Determined to pass all barriers, and make it as a rap star, Rabbit struggles to get out of his rut, and by doing so, he learns a lot about himself, and his home of 8 Mile.
Continuity mistake: When Rabbit and his mom's boyfriend were kicking each other's ass inside the Smith's trailer, Rabbit pushes or punches the boyfriend from the kitchen to the living room, breaking a small wooden post in a quick shot. A few shots later, when Rabbit returns to the trailer, the wooden post is intact. There was no time to fix it.
Question: When B-rabbit, Future, Cheddar Bomb and Sol George park in some kind of parking structure and join in on a freestyle circle, right after B-rabbit finishes his freestyle, Sol George breaks into a song and sings, "Now I'm the dashiki smoking that ling lingy, 10 freaky girls inside the chin chingy, girl when you see me ya better believe me..." Is that a real song or did they just freestyle that?
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