Eminem Finally Releases Brutal Diss Track On Machine Gun Kelly


Eminem has finally released a brutal diss track on Machine Gun Kelly, titled ‘Killshot’.

“Shut the fuck up,” Eminem starts, before going straight in on MGK’s looks, rapping: “How you gonna name yourself after a fucking gun and have a man bun?”

He also speaks out on their beef, adding: “Your reply got the crowd yellin’ ‘Oo’ so before you die let’s see who can out-petty who with your corny lines.

“I’m 45 and I’m still out-selling you.”

Listen to the track in full here:

28-year-old Kelly, who has credited Mathers as the original inspiration behind his own hip-hop writings, recently sent for the veteran rapper in Rap Devil, a nod to Eminem’s Rap God.

On the track, Kelly slated Eminem’s ‘weird beard’ and blasted his last four albums as being ‘as bad as your selfie.’

The feud between Kelly and Slim Shady began way back in 2012 when Kelly tweeted about his daughter, Hailie being ‘hot as f*ck.’ Kelly also claimed Eminem banned him from appearing on his Shade 45 channel.

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Kelly says in Rap Devil:

I’m standing up for not just myself, but my generation, I’m doing the same shit you did back in ur day.

Life is still real on my side, and i had to take time from the grind to defend myself from someone i called an idol. love, Rap Devil.

Now, Eminem has fired back.

The rap legend announced the drop of his 10th album, just eight months after the release of his previous record, Revival.

Kamikaze seems to have taken the world by storm, and has even been considered Slim’s best album in a decade.

Over the weekend, the album quickly worked its way towards the top of the Official UK Albums Chart, with the midweek update placing the release at number one.


If Kamikaze holds on to the number one spot until the official update on Friday (September 7), the album will make music history.

The surprise album would be Eminem’s ninth consecutive number one album, beating the current record which he currently holds alongside ABBA and Led Zeppelin, who have eight consecutive number one albums each.

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According to the Official Charts Company, Marshall Mathers’ 10th album has a substantial lead over the other albums in the race to number one, and it’s not even available in physical form, yet.

Eminem is not only dominating the album chart, but he’s also taking up three of the top 10 spots in the midweek singles chart, with The Ringer at number four, Lucky You at number seven and Greatest at number nine.

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