Machine Gun Kelly Responds to Eminem’s Latest Shots

Written by on December 19, 2020

Eminem is revisiting his beef with Machine Gun Kelly.

On his shock album Music to Be Murdered By – Aspect B (Deluxe Version), which dropped Friday, the “Rap God” reignites their rivalry on a pair of tracks.

On “Zeus,” Em begins off by addressing the notorious feud. “Truthful climate, wishy-washy / She thinks Machine washed me / Swear to God, man, her favourite rapper want he’d crossed me,” he raps.

On “Gnat,” for which he additionally launched a video, Em seemingly makes reference to MGK on the hook. “They arrive at me with machine weapons / Like making an attempt to battle off a gnat.”

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It didn’t take lengthy for MGK to clap again. After listening to Em’s thinly-veiled pictures, he responded on Twitter. “these subliminals,” he wrote, including the crying laughing face and trash can emojis.

In a latest Q&A with Interview journal, MGK stated that his rivalry with the “Rap Satan” overshadowed the discharge of his 2019 album Lodge Diablo. “It was coming off the tail-end of that notorious beef [with Eminem]. So nobody wished to provide it the time of day,” he stated.

He blamed the mission’s underwhelming efficiency on his beef with Slim Shady. “It’s like if you happen to make a shitty film and then you definitely come out with an awesome film proper after, however individuals need to concentrate on the truth that they hated no matter you simply did,” he added. “What I did within the beef was precisely what it must be, however that mission wasn’t welcomed.”

The 2 have been going forwards and backwards since Em dropped his Kamikaze monitor “Not Alike” in 2018, prompting Kelly to fireside again along with his “Rap Satan” diss.

Machine Gun Kelly was not the one one on the receiving finish of Em’s bars. He additionally known as out Snoop Dogg and 6ix9ine on “Zeus.”

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