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Benefits Street's White Dee Raps In Bid To Be Next Eminem

27/02/2014 13:50 GMT | Updated 27/02/2014 13:59 GMT

Deirdre Kelly, known as White Dee in the Channel 4 series Benefits Street, has rapped on a live radio show.

Despite being unable to work because she is depressed, Dee recently claimed to have been offered a musical career as a rapper.

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Dee rapped a song live on Free Radio to the soundtrack of Eminem's The Real Slim Shady replacing the chorus lyrics with "My name is not White Dee."

The lyrics will blow your mind.

Hi! My name is... (what?) My name is... (who?)

My name is... [scratches] Not White Dee.

Hi! My name is... (huh?) My name is... (what?)

My name is... [scratches] Not White Dee.

Hi! My name is... (what?) My name is... (who?)

My name is... [scratches] Not White Dee.

Hi! My name is... (what?) My name is... (who?)

My name is... [scratches] Not White Dee.

Yes, I'm Dee from Benefits Street, I'm definitely not a benefit cheat.

'There's a rumour I'm going on Big Brother, but I can't confirm it so word to your mother Holla!

'People say I'm a benefit scrounger, I want to spend the days just lying on a lounger.

'But that isn't true.... *breaks down in laughter*

The popularity of Benefits Street has led to "literally hundreds" of people visiting Ms Kelly’s door requesting autographs in recent weeks and she is rumoured to have been offered a place on Big Brother.