Urban dictionary defines ‘beef’ as “to have a grudge or start one with another person”.
If we use it in a sentence, “Eminem has beef with Machine Gun Kelly”.
Machine Gun Kelly also has beef with Eminem, and it doesn’t look like it will be over any time soon.
We recently brought you the story of Eminem’s Kamikaze, the track on which he disses a lot of contemporary rappers , including Machine Gun, who we will call MGK.
MGK then retaliated with a really obvious parody of Eminem called Rap Devil, thus dissing him back. Hence the beef.
You can see all of that back and forth here.
Now Eminem is continuing on his path of rap destruction with his latest offering Killshot – another diss track aimed at Machine Gun Kelly.
Let’s take a listen to that before we unpack this chaos:
According to Rolling Stone, on Rap Devil, Machine Gun Kelly claims that Eminem tried to blackmail him into leaving the music industry after he tweeted that Em’s daughter Hailie is “hot as fuck”.
On “Killshot,” Em takes Kelly to task for a variety of things including him sporting a man bun and his choice of breakfast food.
Eminem spends the majority of his diss track ridiculing MGK’s commercial success (or lack thereof): “I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you / By 29 I had three albums that had blew.” He then claims he’ll put the Midwesterner’s career next to Ja Rule and Benzino, two past casualties of his wrath.
Then Eminem takes it too far by dragging Halsey into the feud.
“You dance around it like a sombrero, we can all see / You’re fuckin’ salty ’cause young Gerald’s balls-deep inside of Halsey,” Em spits.
The line references Kelly’s other beef with fellow white rapper, G-Eazy. In an August freestyle with Funk Master Flex, MGK spit “Only Eazy I fuck with is E / I seen he died his hair and got a hanging earring / I fucked his girl, now he look like me this shit overbearing.” G-Eazy didn’t take kindly to the veiled shot and threw a couple of jabs Kelly’s way on “Bad Boy.”
Eminem wraps up the song by confusingly claiming the day MGK puts out a hit is, “the day Diddy admits that he put the hit out that got Pac killed.” A few seconds later he tells Diddy, “I’m just playin’.”
To summarise, three white rappers are dragging Halsey kicking and screaming into their antics for no reason. At least the tracks are fun.
Wishing you a beef-free week. Perhaps this parody sums the whole mess up:
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