Nick Cannon Drops Explosive Eminem Diss Track, Rapper Responds: You Bougie F***
Nick Cannon released the track Monday night (Dec. 9), in response to Eminem blasting Nick Cannon and his ex-wife Mariah Carey on Fat Joe’s album that was released Friday (Dec. 6).
Cannon’s new song called “The Invitation”, which features rappers Hitman Holla, Charlie Clips & Prince Eazy surprisingly starts with a voicemail from Suge Knight, who’s currently in jail.
Suge Knight says in the message,
“You know, I don’t never do no talkin’ but Nick is family/This is your invitation/To prove to everybody else what you’re about. Eminem’s a b***.”
Cannon then comes in and fires multiple shots at Eminem.
He accuses Eminem of using cocaine and raps,
“The white boy he f*** with crack/ Pills and smack, s***, and he ’bout to relapse.”
He went on to come for Eminem’s fathering skills and references Eminem’s ex Kim, his daughter Hailie, and another child.
“Call Kim, somebody get Hailie / And that other kid you raisin’, that ain’t even your baby.”
As for Eminem’s history with Mariah Carey, Cannon raps,
“My baby mama killed you off a decade ago. You’re still cryin’ about it, now who really the h**?”
He even said he’s the one who told Fat Joe to feature Eminem to begin with, before accusing Eminem of giving another man fellatio, saying Eminem’s chauffer got it all on tape.
“I called Joe to set you up and you fell for the ob / Slim won’t show for the video, ’cause he terrified of my squad/ I heard your chauffeur got a video of you suckin’ a c***.”
Suge Knight came back on and had a few more words and compared Cannon to Tupac saying,
“If you and Pac was having a conversation, y’all got the same energy of doing stuff for the people. You not scared to do stuff for the people.”
See the full video below.
Eminem then hopped on Twitter and the two battled online.
Eminem first tweeted,
“U mad bro? Stop lying on my d***. I never even had a chauffeur, you bougie f***.”
Cannon responded with a warning.
“Only a few hours left Marshall….”
Eminem then seemingly joked that he wanted an apology, but Cannon clearly wasn’t having it.
He then called on his “Wild N Out” audience to help taunt Eminem on Instagram.
Still, many fans made it clear who they think won that battle as #ripnickcannon started trending on Twitter.