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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Nick Cannon for the second time in seven days disses Eminem, suggests rapper is gay in new track

Actor and singer, Nick Cannon has taken his beef for rapper, Eminem, to another level as he has released a new song, his second Eminem diss song in a week, in which one of the rap lines said  'God shoulda took Em, left Juice World", suggesting Eminem should have died instead of singer, Juice World who died last week.

In the new track he also said Eminem voted for Donald Trump in 2016 and also got face lifts.
It all started when Eminem featured in a new Fat Joe and Mary J Blog song titled 'Lord above' where Eminem made a reference to Nick Cannon's ex-wife Maria Carey with the rap lines, "I let her chop my balls off too before I lose to you, Nick."

The Eminem line in the song apparently got to Nick Cannon who dropped a song titled the Invitation on Monday morning and then dropped another song on Tuesday titled 'pray for him'.
n 'The invitation' Nick Cannon brilliantly blasted Eminem saying "My baby mama killed you off a decade ago, You're still crying about it bitch, now who really the ho?"

He also dragged Eminem's ex-wife Kim and daughter Hailey into his verses, and then made prison phone calls with Suge Knight blasting Eminem.

Suge Knight in the song suggests all of Detroit (Eminem's hometown) give Eminem 24 hours to respond to Nick's diss track or kick him out of town.

Nick Cannon also fired a homophobic shot at Eminem, rapping, "I heard your chauffeur got a video of you suckin' a c**k."

Knowing how gangster Eminem is when it comes to beef/diss rap, Obie Trice, a long time Eminem friend and former member of G-Unit released a track dissing Nick for beefing Eminem.

Rapper, 50 Cent, also took to his Instagram page to ask why Nick ever thought it wise to take on Eminem, saying he will deal with him when he meet him.
With fans expecting a deadly Eminem reply, the hashtag #ripnickcannon started trending on Twitter to which Eminem replied with a tweet asking Nick Cannon to apologize for suggesting he was gay.  
In "Pray For Him." That dropped Tuesday night, Nick featured The Black Squad -- and someone in Nick's crew raps why Juice WRLD had to die instead of Em. Damn. We await the 'almighty' Eminem's response, but before then listen to Nick Cannon's beef song below.

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