Eminem Vs Machine Gun Kelly: The War Of Words Continue As Kelly Hits Back In New Post


Just when one thought that Eminem has had the last laugh, Machine Gun Kelly, rather unexpectedly, sported a t-shirt with the exact same art as that used in Eminem's track cover.

Written By Lisha Dsouza | Mumbai | Updated On:

It is no secret that rappers Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly have been locked in a war of words for quite some time now. It all began when Kelly had tweeted about Eminem’s daughter Hailie’s appearance. The ‘Mockingbird’ singer had allegedly lashed out at Kelly in the track ‘Not Alike’ as he rapped, "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." Not long after this, Kelly got back at Eminem with his song ‘Rap Devil’ in which he claimed that the rapper shunned him from his radio channel. Eminem then hit back with another track ‘Kill Shot’ where he openly depicted Kelly's face as a target for the song’s cover art.

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Check out his post here:



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And just when one thought that Eminem has had the last laugh, Kelly, rather unexpectedly, sported a t-shirt with the exact same art as he held up his middle finger. If that wasn’t enough, Kelly captioned the picture with a caption that read, “he missed. 🎯🙅🏼‍♂️😂🖕🏽#legshot #rapdevilstillNUMBERONE#letstalkaboutit 😈🔪🐐.”

Well, only time will tell if there will ever be an end to this ongoing feud between the rappers.

Check out his post here:


he missed. 🎯🙅🏼‍♂️😂🖕🏽#legshot #rapdevilstillNUMBERONE #letstalkaboutit 😈🔪🐐

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Meanwhile, Columbia pictures recently unleashed an action-packed new trailer of the upcoming Marvel movie ‘Venom’. Actor Tom Hardy plays a journalist Eddie Brock in the film. His character transforms into an alien, venom, who is one of Spider-Man's arch-enemies. And much to the delight of fans, Eminem dropped his surprise album ‘Kamikaze’. All the three songs from ‘Kamikaze’ entered the top 10 on iTunes with “The Ringer” at #1, “Lucky You” at #2 and “Venom” at #9 shortly after its release. ‘Kamikaze’ has been produced by Dr Dre. Eminem had earlier shared a snippet of the track on social media and his post was flooded with comments from ecstatic fans. One of the comments read, “Bass on point with these beats headphones at 4 am !!!” and we couldn’t agree more.

Check out his post here:



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The rapper had allegedly also made references to Mahatma Gandhi and to India in the song. The lyrics of the song say, "Threw the car into reverse at the Indy, end up crashing...Into ya, the back of it -- just mangled steel My Mustang and your Jeep Wrangler grill...With the front smashed, much as my rear fender, assassin... Slim be a combination of an actual kamikaze and Gandhi. Translation, I will probably kill us both... When I end up back in India... You ain't gonna be able to tell what the f**k is happening to you...When you're bit with the..." 



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