Eminem has had a busy month.

The Detroit rapper just unleashed a new album last week, "Revival," his first release since 2013's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2." He hosted a pop-up with "mom's spaghetti" last Friday at Detroit's Shelter club.

He's also the subject of a lengthy New York Magazine Q&A that published today, where he was grilled on a variety of subjects, including his new album, Donald Trump and Tinder.

Wait, what? Tinder?

Yes, the same mobile dating app you single folks use every day.

Here's an excerpt of that exchange:

Do you date?
It’s tough. Since my divorce I’ve had a few dates and nothing’s panned out in a way that I wanted to make it public. Dating’s just not where I’m at lately.

When you were dating, how’d you meet people? Tinder?
I mean, yeah.

Are you being serious?
Yeah, Tinder.

Really?
[Laughs] And Grindr. I also used to go to strip clubs.

There's no telling if Eminem is just joking around here but, if you're a Detroiter on Tinder and happen to see a Marshall who's using Eminem's photos, don't automatically assume it's spam.

It's worth noting, however, that Eminem has faced plenty of criticism in the past for his treatment of women, particularly in his songs.