Eminem Responds To MGK w/ “Killshot” Diss Track, Accuses Diddy of Ordering Hit On Tupac
Eminem is finally responding to the diss track Machine Gun Kelly unleashed earlier this month.
On August 31, Eminem released his tenth studio album, Kamikaze, in which he set his sights on several rappers in the game. Of those rappers was Machine Gun Kelly, whom Eminem was beefing with over a 2012 tweet MGK sent regarding his daughter being “hot”. On September 3, MGK responded to Eminem’s diss with “Rap Devil” and now finally, 11 days later, Eminem has come with his response to Kelly.
The new track is titled “Killshot” and like before, Eminem drops names throughout the track. He responds to MGK calling him old and saying his beard is weird, as well as reminds MGK that he’s the more successful artist and has more money. He also brings up MGK’s daughter.
My biggest flops are your greatest hits / The game’s mine again and ain’t nothin’ changed but the locks / So before I slay this bitch I, muah, give Jade a kiss / Gotta wake up Labor Day to this
Aside from name-dropping Rihanna, Iggy Azalea, Taylor Swift, etc, Eminem also mentions Diddy in his diss track to MGK.
Killshot, I will not fail, I’m with the Doc still / But this idiot’s boss pops pills and tells him he’s got skills / But, Kells, the day you put out a hit’s the day Diddy admits / That he put the hit out that got Pac killed
Eminem ends the track by issuing another warning to MGK.
So just leave my dick in your mouth and keep my daughter out it.
Everyone on social media couldn’t wait to offer their opinion. Iggy Azalea took a moment to address being called out on Eminem’s song.
While Jay Electronica came to the defense of Diddy.
G-Eazy, who is also beefing with Machine Gun Kelly, reportedly over Halsey, also had something to add.
Machine Gun Kelly obviously heard the diss and responded on social media as well.
— ? (@machinegunkelly) September 15, 2018
He then took this as an opportunity to announce that his new EP, Binge, will be dropping on September 21st.
Listen to Eminem’s “Killshot” below.