The Internet Explodes After Eminem Implies Diddy In the Murder of Tupac
But don't worry Diddy,'s just playing'.
Twitter – Eminem surprised the Hip Hop community on Friday (14 September) when he dropped the "Killshot" diss track aimed at Machine Gun Kelly. One line in particular has the internet working extra hours.
"This idiot is the head of the cop pills and tells him that he has skills/But Kells, the day you put out a success, it is the day Diddy admits that they put the blow he received 'Cap of death", spits out, essentially implicates Diddy in Tupac Shakur's murder.
"This idiot is the leader of the pops pills and says that I have skills/But Kells, the day you put out a success, it is the day Diddy admits that they put the blow he received 'Pac killed."
THIS is the Eminem that I like more.
— Keith Nelson Jr (@JusAire) September 14, 2018
As the majority of Hip Hop fans know, Tupac's 1996 murder remains unsolved to this day. In fact, (Thursday) of September 13, marking 22 years since the Hip Hop luminary he was shot to death in Las Vegas.
While Em is the accusation that is in bold, it insists that it is a joke, at the end of the song. "And I'm playin', Diddy, you know I love you," he says, similar to the cheeky endings of the glory of the past, such as "Kill," and "White America."
Social media went crazy after listening to the "Killshot" of the line.
Take a look at some of the best reactions below.
Diddy on the phone with MGK after he heard Eminem's #KILLSHOT pic.twitter.com/Yt9pTbctP5
— Oxnard Pugz (@Oxnard_Pugz) September 14, 2018
Eminem in the final of #KILLSHOT: "Oh, you know that I'm playing Diddy, you know I love you"
— BullBull (@DahiiBhalla) September 14, 2018
When Eminem dropped that Diddy and Pac line #KILLSHOT pic.twitter.com/l2Cl513XXS
— Clickbait Entertainment (@Clickbait_Ent) September 14, 2018
When I heard the Diddy line Eminem #KILLSHOT. pic.twitter.com/cLATEw2aLp
— Victor-J Music 🇿🇼🇿🇦🇧🇼 (@its