Eminem Unleashes Machine Gun Kelly Diss Track ‘Killshot’

Posted September 15, 2018

"I was angry when I said the shit about Tyler", Eminem explains in the interview. "The fact of like, every time I saw this kid - always so cool to you".

Australian songwriter Iggy Azalea has slammed Eminem for writing "lazy bars" about her and other celebrities in his latest diss track, Killshot.

Six years after it originally started, the beef between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly recently reached a boiling part.

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And now this has erupted into a full-blown feud with yet another Eminem song aimed at MGK.

"I think that the word that I called him on the album on that song was one of the things where I felt like, this might be too far", Em continued. / He'll have to fuck Kim in my flannel / I'll give him my sandals / "Cause he knows long as I'm Shady, he's gon' have to live in my shadow". The track, titled "Killshot", is a response Kelly's diss "Rap Devil", where he chastised Em for being old and out of touch with his fans.

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. "You would suck a dick to fuckin" be me for a second", says Em. I loved his energy... he was a amusing dude, super charismatic and shit, but I'm sitting back, like... man, at what point do I have to say something, just to defend myself? You think I actually fucking think about you?

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The most shocking diss on "Killshot", however, may be when Eminem talks about MGK's failed romance with singer Halsey, and the fact that she's now dating fellow rapper G-Eazy. "I'm like, 'What the f*ck?' Yo, my man better chill".

"First what he said "I'm the greatest rapper alive since my favourite rapper banned me from Shade 45" or whatever he said, right?"

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