Machine Gun Kelly Fires Back at Eminem on ‘Rap Devil’ Diss

Lawrence Kim
September 4, 2018

The tension between the two American performers started back in 2012 when Machine Gun Kelly, aka MGK, tweeted about Hailie Jade Scott Mathers, Eminem's daughter who was 16-years-old at the time.

Kelly gets some solid licks in on the diss track - check it out below. Channel24 will not be reprinting the lyrics on the song. MGK claims that Eminem blackballed MGK in the music industry on many occasions and claims that Eminem is a bitter rapper. [Data] That's a lot of times you have to defend yourself.

Obviously, Machine Gun Kelly doesn't stand a chance in a technical rap battle, but there are enough amusing lines to make "Rap Devil" worth your time.

The internet went into melt down on Friday when Eminem unleashed an all-out attack on critics, fake fans and fellow artists alike via the release of his surprise album Kamikaze.

Machine Gun Kelly fired back through the scathing "Rap Devil", an obvious play on the 2013 Eminem single "Rap God", that stretches to almost five minutes of the most scathing bars of the Cleveland rapper's career, showing an ability that those only familiar with Kelly's singles may have been completely unaware of.

"I'm sick of them sweatsuits and that corny ass, let's talk about it/ I'm sick of you being rich and you still mad, let's talk about it".

"Dropped an album called Kamikaze, so that means it killed him/ Already fucked one rapper's girl this week, don't make me call Kim".

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