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Eminem Responds To Machine Gun Kelly Diss On "KillShot"

Eminem Responds To Machine Gun Kelly Diss On

We've been witness to the growing feud between rappers Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly for a couple of weeks now, and today, Em has shared a searing response to MGK's track, "Rap Devil".

"And every time I do that it makes that person - as irrelevant as people say I am in hip-hop - I make them bigger by getting into this thing where I'm like, 'I wanna destroy him, but I also don't wanna make him bigger, ' because now you're a fucking enemy". I'm not going to be America's punching bag, and have motherfuckers think it's cool to say whatever the fuck they want about me. So I sat back and I'm like, 'Ok, that's fine, ' people can talk insane about me, that's fine, they should express themselves and they have a right to.

After addressing the song in an interview with Sway, the Detroit legend has finally locked and loaded a proper response with "KILLSHOT".

Six years after it originally started, the beef between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly recently reached a boiling part. Like I'm trying to hinder his career. As if one diss track dedicated to you wasn't enough, G-Eazy dropped a diss track of his own, "Bad Boy", where he responded to MGK's freestyle on Hot 97. You think I actually f***in' think about you?




Throughout his career, Eminem has repeatedly taken heat for the homophobic language used in his music, as well as sexist lyrics and references to violence towards women, particularly his mother and ex-partner.

The "Lose Yourself" rapper teased that his problem with the 28-year-old star is "a lot more petty" than anything he's ever said about the 22-year-old beauty on Twitter, after he hit back with "Not Alike" on his surprise record "Kamikaze" last month. Yo, my man better chill'.

"But with the Tyler, The Creator thing, man, I... I..."

Eminem is, once again, addressing allegations of homophobia after he included anti-LGBTQ language on his latest album.