Ice cube turn Off the Fan That Said Machine Gun Kelly "Rap Diablo" Best "Without Vaseline"

HipHop News Posted on September 6, 2018 at 4:08am

Ice cube turn Off the Fan That Said Machine Gun Kelly "Rap Diablo" Best "Without Vaseline"

And then comes the Chuck D co-sign.

There has been much talk recently about the fire of diss records Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly have been negotiated in the last week.

But a fan, in particular, made waves in social media after making a pretty bold comparison between Em and MGK of meat and one of Hip Hop's most iconic diss records.

"@machinegunkelly just passed @icecube without Vaseline in the number 1 of dis song. Also moving @YoungDolph play with the yo to the number 3. I love a good dis track," Twitter user @Brandon__Powers declared at the top of the week.

@machinegunkelly just passed @icecube without Vaseline in the number 1 of dis song. Also moving @YoungDolph play with the yo to the number 3. I have the love of a good dis song.

— Brandon Powers (@Brandon__Powers) September 4, 2018

The tweet got a response from Ice Cube himself did not hesitate to stun the comparison.

"Yeah right, one-to-one's ever going to beat one against four (in addition to Jerry Heller). Murdered the track, killed the group. Game over," Ice Cube twitter.

Yeah right, one-to-one's ever going to beat one against four (in addition to Jerry Heller). Murdered the track, killed the group. Most of the game. https://t.co/7t6exeTtCv

— Ice cube (@icecube) on September 4, 2018

Released in 1991 as the closest in the Cube's classic second effort, Death Certificate, the track claimed the life of this decade when it was portrayed in the blockbuster biopic of 2015 is Straight Outta Compton.

In addition to the support of the fans, Cube received the backing of the Public Enemy's Chuck D, who offered his two cents.

"I still don't know why the millennials and 90ers are going to play even @icecube and @llcoolj as that does not pour the concrete in this wordGame we call HIP-hop and Rap. Words and that has been the BEST at it. The goats," Chuck D wrote in his tweet.

I still don't know why the millennials and 90ers are going to play even @icecube and @llcoolj as that does

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