Eminem Fans Are Posting Memorials To MGK’s Career After His Diss Track Killed It

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Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly have been at war recently, and in the process, have divided both rap fans and the internet.

Although their feud may have started back in 2012 when Machine Gun Kelly, also known as MGK, described Eminem’s daughter Hailie, as ‘hot as f*ck’, over the past month, it’s become increasingly heated.

Their clash reached a peak when Slim Shady released a brutal diss track about MGK, appropriately titled Killshot.

You can check it out here:

Yelling ‘shut the f*ck up’ at the beginning of the track, Eminem jumps straight into a fierce attack on MGK questioning, ‘how you gonna name yourself after a f*cking gun and have a man bun?’

He then continues his tirade rapping:

But if I was three foot 11
You’d look up to me, and for the record
You would suck a d*ck to f*ckin’ be me for a second
Lick a b*llsack to get on my channel
Give your life to be as solidified.

Ouch!

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Although MGK responded to Eminem’s track by saying it was two weeks too late, it appears the majority of people on social media couldn’t give a damn about the time.

Instead, they’ve been paying their respects to the Cleveland rapper who’s been ‘ruined’ by Killshot, claiming the track has killed off his career.

Eminem certainly knew what he was doing when it came to naming the track!

Recording artist Dame Rev even used the hashtag ‘RIPMGK’ in one of his tweets, writing:

If you’re seriously hating on Eminem’s Killshot… you either didn’t listen to it, have too much pride to admit MGK got slaughtered, or you’re ACTUALLY stupid. [sic]

I refuse to believe I live in a world with anyone THAT STUPID, so I’ll pretend it’s the first two reasons. [sic]

Another tweeter kept things pretty simple writing:

Eminem just killed MGK.

While another said she was pleasantly surprised when Eminem released Killshot:

I have to be honest. I’m an Eminem Stan but I felt there was absolutely no way he was going to win this beef with MGK, because public opinion always leans towards the underdog.

But slim shady just loves to prove everyone wrong. RIP MGK. [sic]

However, MGK fans are standing up for the rapper, showing their support online while reminding Eminem fans just how well his diss track Rap Devil did.

One user tweeted:

To all those RIP MGK tweets, he got 80 mill views on Rap Devil, and he got even more clout after eminem dedicated a whole song to him. [sic]

MGK is not dead, he’s risen. Anyone that fails to see that is shortsighted. Kells. [sic]

This guy couldn’t agree more:

All Eminem did in #KILLSHOT was say that he was a bigger artist and a better rapper. That’s it. No real substance against Machine Gun Kelly at all! [sic]

MGK had a way better argument than em did! Flexing isn’t a diss, it’s being a prick and downplaying the successes of another! [sic]

While diss tracks and feuds are rather exciting, maybe the two should just talk about their differences over a cuppa and both be bigger men?

I don’t know what you lot think, but maybe an MGK and Eminem collaboration could be even more fire than their recent diss tracks?

Now that’s something I want to see!

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