D12 Stranger Sends Notice To Machine Gun Kelly Following Eminem Diss Track

HipHop News Posted on September 3, 2018 at 1:53pm

D12 Stranger Sends Notice To Machine Gun Kelly Following Eminem Diss Track

But, he still thinks that all this is good for Hip-Hop.

By now, most Hip Hop fans and artists alike have heard of Machine Gun Kelly "Rap Devil", his venomous diss track aimed at Eminem. Strange is one of them.

Slim Shady's ex-D12 friend issued an ominous warning to MGK via Twitter on Monday (3 September) — but not before giving the Cleveland rapper some accessories.

"Yes, I've heard of him," he says. "I think it was good. I think this is the best that I ever heard Mr. Kelly rap in your life. I think he stayed up all night and wrote the best bars he could, and I think it's good for Hip-Hop.

"But the boy ... but boy, the impact ... ooof ... ugh. Boy you are going to do something nasty. It will be better to stop playing " with that guy."

All the world asked me about how I feel about the machine gun Kelly song pic.twitter.com/o1vsMoM3WE

— Bizarre D12 (@bizarresworld) September 3, 2018

Eminem and MGK meat dates back at least to 2012, when Kelly tweeted that Em's daughter Hailie was "hot as fuck."

The shadow retaliated with "don't Like" from his surprise album Kamikaze. During one of his verses, Em suggests that he called a subliminal diss on MGK's collab with Tech N9ne, "there is No Reason (Most Pit Song)."

"So that makes it a function, he decides to team up with Nina," Em spits. "But the next time I don't have to use Tech N9ne/If you want to come to me with a sub machine gun/And I'm talkin' to you, but you already know that the shit you are, Kelly/I do not use sublims and sure as shit don't sneak-diss/But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie."

Revisit "are Not the Same", with Royce Da 5'9 below.


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