The beef nobody asked for is ratcheting up. Following Eminem throwing a lyrical jab at Nick Cannon on Fat Joe’s track “Lord Above,” the mogul/rapper decided he needed to clap back and Twitter is like this ain’t it chief.
For his new Eminem diss record titled “The Invitation,” Nick Cannon recruited N’Credible artists and Wild ‘N Out cast members Hitman Holla, Charlie Clips, Prince Eazy, and Suge Knight to reply to the Detroit rapper. The song which arrived via WSHH exclusive video opens up with Knight from behind bars talking smack to the “Lose Yourself” crafter.
“I told Joe to lean back, don’t get hit with this retaliation. I fuck with Crack, but the white boy, he fuck with crack/Pills and smack/Shady about to relapse/Call Kim, somebody get Hailie/And that other kid you raising that ain’t even your baby.”
He is more than likely going to regret that.
Cannon is then followed by his artists on the posse cut, with each them taking shots at the seasoned veteran rapper. Knight puts a bow on the lackluster song labeling Eminem “the new Vanilla Ice.”
“At the end of the day, you have every person in the industry and every person in the streets. Shit, where is he going to go? He just the new Vanilla Ice. It’s just a matter of time, he hanging, right? Eminem a bitch for bringing up bullshit that’s not true… All we got to do is get that motherfucker in the ring with you, and you gonna beat the dog shit out him. That motherfucking simple.”
Cannon is doing his best to push the song on social media at the moment. When online publication HotNewHipHop highlighted the lyric alleging that Eminem’s chauffeur has a recording of him performing oral sex on man, the “Gigolo” rapper retweeted the tweet with the caption “FACTS! His lawyers didn’t want that one out! They already on my line.”
While Cannon, the N’Credible crew, and Suge Knight believe they delivered a blow to Eminem, Twitter is not feeling the track at all. You can watch the video and check the reactions to diss track in the gallery below.
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Nick Cannon, Suge Knight & The N’Credible Gang Clap Back At Enimem, Twitter Says This Ain’t It Chief was originally published on hiphopwired.com