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Eminem has responded to Machine Gun Kelly with a scathing diss track, "Killshot," in which he blasts the Cleveland rapper for his inferior album sales, his man bun, and more.
Here's that autograph for your daughter, I wrote it on a Starter cap
Stan, Stan, son, listen, man, dad isn't mad
Saying his piece. Eminem had doubts about using a homophobic slur against Tyler, the Creator on his new album.
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“I think the word that I called him on that song was one of the things where I felt like this might be too far,” the 45-year-old rapper
It sounds like Eminem will indeed be issuing a formal response to Machine Gun Kelly's "Rap Devil."
im standing up for not just myself, but my generation. im doing the same shit you did back in ur day. life is still real on my side, and i had to take time
Eminem name-dropped a long list of rappers on his new album, Kamikaze, but 6ix9ine wasn't one of them. So, unlike Machine Gun Kelly, 6ix9ine wasn't given an opportunity to fire back at Eminem with a diss song of his own. Instead, he did what he always does: He trolled on Instagram.Uploading a short video
The back-and-forth between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly is turning up, so much that MGK decided to release the official music video to accompany his new diss track, “Rap Devil.”
In the dark visual, a bare-chested, tattoo-clad Kelly walks around comfortably in sliders and black slacks. With a bowl of
Machine Gun Kelly, as I hope to Satan you know by now, was one of a vast assortment of artists named on Eminem's surprise-dropped album Kamikaze. Given their years-long history of not exactly liking each other, Kelly's inclusion was certainly considered no shocker.
im standing up for not just myself,
Oh dear, Eminem. While we're all big fans of your ever controversial lyrics, we fear this time you might actually have teetered over that ever important proverbial line. If you hadn't already heard (and you definitely should have heard by now), the Detroit rapper dropped his new album,