Eminem Denies dissing Drake & Says he would prefer to Leave Rap Use Ghostwriters
"If you ever need a ghostwriter, I just need to fuckin' put the microphone down."
On the heels of Eminem's Machine Gun Kelly diss track, "Killshot", the fourth and final installment of The Kamikaze of the Interview arrived on Friday (14 September). Once again, Eminem and Sway Calloway chopping on several topics, including a line in Kamikaze of the song "Lucky" that many assumed that it was a subliminal message aimed shot to Drake.
"I have a couple of mansions," he spits. "I still don't have manners/you have a couple of writers ghost/But to these children it doesn't really matter/You're askin' me, what the fuck happened to hip-hop?/I said, I don't have all the answers."
Em told Sway that is simply not true.
"Drake will always be in my favor because he did something for one of my daughters that I will never forget and that will always be in my thank you for that," he explains. "And I like Drake. What I'm saying with these lines is that I don't know what is real and what is not. Hear shit about this rapper, that rapper — whatever.
"He makes good music. In this album Kamikaze, I feel like I was quite direct about that I was taking photos and that I was not. I wouldn't send subliminals to Drake. There is no reason to do that."
The shadow then went on to explain why he prefers to leave rap before you use a ghostwriter.
"I am saying that I do not," he says. "I never have and never will. If you ever need a ghostwriter, I just need to fuckin' put the microphone down. That is my personal belief. As far as someone around here that the use of ghostwriters, that's fine. If that is what you do, that's fine.
"Hip-Hop was the most important thing that empowered me. I have a line where I say, 'it made me feel tough when I was not.' When I was a scrawny child, growing up in 8 Mile, walk up the fuckin' block, put headphones on and it made me feel powerful. It was like my dad, Hip Hop. The excitement of being able to get to the fucking."
Em then he added, "I never, not even one line. I would not be able to have fu