Two weeks ago, Eminem came out with the surprise album Kamikaze, and he went after Machine Gun Kelly on the song "Not Alike". "Stan, son, listen, man, dad isn't mad/ But how you gonna name yourself after a damn gun and have a man bun?". I don't give a f- about your career.
While both rappers took aim at MGK, it appears that the Cleveland rapper only delivered a diss track to Eminem, who he so-lovingly sent a diss track to in the form of "Rap Devil". "I'd rather be 80-year-old me than 20-year-old you", he says. He addresses the fact that he didn't even want to write a response for fear of giving MGK too much validity when he spits, "It's your moment, this is it/As big as you're gonna get, so enjoy it/Had to give you a career to destroy it".
He ends with a final warning: "Just leave my dick in your mouth and keep my daughter out it".
The most (needlessly) incendiary line in the song, though?
Many people believed Eminem had gone after MGK because of comments the OH rapper made about his daughter Hailie, but now Eminem has cleared up any confusion and explained exactly why he dropped the diss. "The day you put out a hit's the day that Diddy admits that he put the hit out that got Pac killed". Mathers was 16 at the time.
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.
In a section of a multipart interview with Sway Calloway posted earlier this week, Eminem claimed that the Hailie tweet was not his rationale for dissing MGK on "Not Alive". "I'm like, 'What the f*ck?' Yo, my man better chill". I don't give a fuck about your career.