The Game Slams Eminem On 10-Minute Diss Track ‘The Black Slim Shady’: Slim Shady Please Stand Up Shoot The Fade W/ Me

The Game Slams Eminem On 10-Minute Diss Track ‘The Black Slim Shady’: Slim Shady Please Stand Up Shoot The Fade W/ Me

The Game poured out his thoughts regarding “the real Slim Shady” in his new diss track.

Recently, Compton rapper The Game released a 10-minute diss track entitled “The Black Slim Shady” about Eminem, which will be a track on The Game’s new album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind. During the lengthy song, the 42-year-old uses a skit with an Uber driver to kick off the diss. The driver picks up his last ride for the night and proceeds to take them “somewhere near 8 Mile,” when Game suddenly discovers the person behind the wheel is the brother of “Stan” who dies on Eminem’s 2000 classic “Stan.”

The “Hate It Or Love It” rapper takes shots at Eminem throughout the track with stops along the way to throw jabs at producer Dr. Dre. He also brings up Eminem’s daughter, Hailie, and anyone else in the way of his route. He recites:

“I killed Dr. Dre in my basement last night/ I was wasted last night, I went ape s–t last night,”

He continueds:

“Chopped his body up, and forget where I placed it last night.”

Throughout the third verse, he drops references to Eminem’s group D-12 and Royce da 5’9”.

“With the voice that defied rhymes will force the blind eye/ To see that I was in the white Rolls Royce with five .9’s/ When you was pretendin’ to be the white Royce da 5’9?/ I just crossed a fine line/ Might just force the white guy to call D12 so he can be the pork they grind, swine/ And the biggest rapper in Detroit, that award is Sean Don.”

He continues:

“So ficky-ficky Slim Shady, please, stand up/ Shoot the fade with me, I’d love to put these hands up/ I could .40 Glock you, unarmed/ Drop the world on your head with one arm.” 

He adds:

“Dear Slim, Hailie’s with me and she’s unharmed for now (Dad, I’m really scared)/ These are the deepest secrets, I keep and I be on defense … You are not, top five, in mine, B.I.G or Pac eyes/ No André, no Nas, stop tellin’ white lies/ Sniff a white line, this the right time.”

Game shares:

 “I’m crazy/ I’m crazy/ I’m not Mr. Nice Guy/ Dre know/ I’m crazy/ Way to f–kin’ go.” 

He also mentions that he’s shadier than the original “Slim Shady.”

“You done pissed off Jimmy, Universal, and Interscope/ Know, I got Jimmy, Slim, 50, and Universal in a scope/ (‘Cause I’m shady) shadier than him/ (I’m crazy) crazier than Kim/ So when the Bat Signal goes up in the clouds above the buildings/ I hope you live long enough to see heroes turn into villains/ Oh, you think I’m a Joker? Well, riddle me this/ You love your mother?”

He continues:

“Well, I’m cleanin’ out your closet for you and your half-brother/ And I told you when I was in Detroit, I wanna go to 8 Mile/ ‘Cause when I was little to get some M&Ms, I had to walk eight miles/ But you wouldn’t leave the studio, your life is on loop/ That’s why I’m doggy in style, ’cause n—as rather bump Snoop,” Game adds before taking another swing at the reclusive Dre. “Hello? Hello?/ Pagin’ Dr. Dre?/ He ain’t got a lot to say/ But since Curtis [50 Cent] always do, let him write the rhymes for you.” 

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Authored by: Tsai-Ann Hill