Old Machine Gun Kelly Tweet Praises Eminem; Says He'll Quit Rap

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Following his interview with Sway released on his channel, Eminem finally responded to the rapper, Machine Gun Kelly, in a new song.

Machine Gun Kelly came for Eminem on his diss track Rap Devil, and now it looks as though the rapper has hit back in their war of words. "The fact of like, every time I saw this kid - always so cool to you".

In the track, "Not Alike", the Grammy victor says, "And I'm talkin' to you, but you already know who the f-k you are, Kelly / I don't use sublims and sure as f-k don't sneak-diss / But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie".

In response, MGK released a song called "Rap Devil", which quickly went viral.

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He also directly addresses his former idol, saying 'Now tell me what do you stand for?' and 'I know you can't stand yourself'.

"First what he said "I'm the greatest rapper alive since my favourite rapper banned me from Shade 45" or whatever he said, right?"

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The feud between Eminem and MGK dates back to 2012, when the latter tweeted that Eminem's daughter Hailie (who was 16 at the time) was "f*cking hot".

"Because now you're a fucking enemy' [.] I'll leave it at that".

"I don't give a fuck about your career".

"@eminem, how dare you accuse diddy of killing tupac while you completely look pass jimmy iovine and those who profited from his death the MOST".

"Here's that autograph for your daughter, I wrote it on a Starter cap", Em raps. "I'm like, 'What the f*ck?' Yo, my man better chill". You're not even in the fucking conversation.

"That's not why I dissed him, the reason I dissed him is actually a lot more petty that that".

Although the Home Office (at that point led by current Prime Minister Theresa May) didn't comment on the specific case, they told the newspaper in a statement: "Coming to the United Kingdom is a privilege, and we expect those who come here to respect our shared values".