Machine Gun Kelly fuels Eminem beef with “Rap Devil” diss track

Pull up a seat, because some major shit’s ’bout to go down.

Last week, Eminem dropped a surprise album, Kamikaze, which saw him throwing punches at a legion of hip hop artists. The list includes Machine Gun Kelly, who suffered the most insults thanks to their long-standing beef. The Cleveland rapper’s not one to stand down from a fight. Earlier today he hit Slim back with a fiery diss track, called “Rap Devil.”

The clapback is almost five minutes long and features the 28-year-old slinging venomous rhymes about Em’s age, the rapper’s seeming descent into irrelevance and his weak rap game. At one point, Gunner even gloats about stealing Eminem’s stans with his own music. “Hello Marshall, my name’s Colson / You should go back to Recovery / I know your ego is hurting just knowing that all of your fans discovered me,” he spits on a verse.

“I’m standing up for not just myself, but my generation. I’m doing the same shit you did back in your day,” MGK tweeted. “Life is real on my side, and I had to take the time from the grind to defend myself from someone I called an idol.”

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Whose side are you on: Team Kellz or Slim Shady?

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