Nick Cannon takes another shot at Eminem and his fans on new diss track

The feud continues in the new decade.

If you thought Nick Cannon’s beef with Eminem was over, think again. The actor-comedian has continued his longstanding feud with the rapper by sharing a brand-new diss track titled “Used to Look Up to You.”

The song is a follow-up to last month’s “The Invitation” and “Pray for Him,” two diss tracks Cannon released in response to Em’s Fat Joe collab which took aim at the comedian and his ex-wife Mariah Carey. On “Used to Look Up to You,” Cannon picks up where he left off, this time blasting both Slim Shady and his fans.

“Dick ridin’ l’il Marshall Mathers / Had to put on my turban like I’m Aladdin,” Cannon spits. “N***as out here cappin’, Black Lives Matter / We don’t ever see you, boy, you like a shadow.” Elsewhere, the Wild’N Out host lists the reasons why he’s better than Eminem. Em has yet to respond.

“Used to Look Up to You” appears on Cannon’s freshly released mixtape, The Miseducation of the Negro You Love to Hate. The seven-track project includes “Instead of Nipsey,” a tribute to the late West Coast rapper.


Listen to “Used to Look Up to You” below:

And stream the rest of Cannon’s new mixtape here:


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