Eminem And Snoop Dogg ‘All Cool’ After Best Rappers Beef
All’s well that ends well with Eminem and Snoop Dogg, who appear to have squashed their year-long on-and-off beef once and for all.
In a newly-released track, Eminem has confirmed that the two rappers are ‘all cool’ following a feud that ignited after Snoop left the Detroit hip-hop star off his list of his top 10 favourite MCs.
On a remix of his track Killer, featuring Jack Harlow and Cordae, Slim acknowledged that the pair had spoken to clear things up, saying ‘Just called Snoop and I talked to him, we all cool / Dre, me, and the Dogg good, Doc, we got you.’
The new track appears to put a lid on a spat that Snoop kicked off during an appearance on The Breakfast Club last July, in which he told listeners that he could ‘live without’ Eminem’s music, adding that he believed the rapper only became successful as a white MC after gaining Dr. Dre’s co-sign.
‘That’s one of my teammates, that’s one of my brothers, he did that,’ the West Coast rapper said, according to Rap-Up. ‘But when you’re talking about this hip-hop sh*t that I can’t live without, I can live without that.’
Eminem, unsurprisingly, didn’t respond well to the slight, and a few months later clapped back on his reissued Music to Be Murdered By: Side B track Zeus, saying, ‘Last thing I need is Snoop doggin’ me /
Man, Dogg, you was like a (Yeah) damn god to me / Nah, not really.’
Explaining the diss during a radio appearance in December, Eminem said, ‘Everything he said, by the way, was fine, up to a point… it was the last statement where he said, ‘Far as music I can live without, I can live without that shit.’ Now you’re being disrespectful. It just caught me off-guard. I wasn’t ready for that.’
The two went back and forth a couple more times, but it finally seems like they’ve buried the hatchet, with Snoop even co-signing Eminem’s new track by posting it on his Instagram Stories.
And in more evidence that the two are back to being cool, Snoop recently suggested that he, Eminem and a few other Hall of Fame rappers should unite to perform at the next Super Bowl halftime show.
‘I’m available, Dre’s available, Eminem’s available, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent — whoever Dr. Dre wants to pull out of his hat to make this thing a professional event and make it big and the biggest effort they can have,’ he told Yahoo! about his hopes for the event, which takes place in Inglewood, California next year. ‘It’s just a matter of the NFL pulling the trigger.’
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