Stephen M. Silverman
September 28, 1998 12:00 AM

Don’t invite pop music teen queen Christina Aguilera and rapper Eminem to the same dinner party. She’s furious with him, reports New York’s Daily News, because of the oral history of her career that he provides on “The Real Slim Shady.” The hip-hopper raps about her sexually gratifying MTV V.J. Carson Daly and Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst — and Eminem. “It’s disgusting, it’s offensive and, above all, it’s not true,” Aguilera, speaking through a spokesperson, told the News. The News also reports that RCA Records, Aguilera’s label, has ruled out suing Eminem because so much of what he says about a lot of people in the song is obviously made up.

  • In other news of the teen pop queen, Aguilera, 19, will sing at the Greenbrier High School prom in Augusta, Ga., on April 28. A student there “won” Aguilera at a recent “Prom of Your Life Contest.” “It’ll be cool,” senior John Smith told USA Today of the pop star’s appearance, “but my girlfriend and her friends don’t like it all.”

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