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Eminem Responds To MGK's Diss Track With "KILLSHOT" Answer
15 September 2018, 08:14 | Regina Holmes
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Machine Gun Kelly may want to consider walking away from rap, because there is no chance that him and Eminem are going to sort out their new beef in a way where they can just talk about it, talk about it, talk about it.
Throughout his career, Eminem has repeatedly taken heat for the homophobic language used in his music, as well as sexist lyrics and references to violence towards women, particularly his mother and ex-partner. "I think the word that I called him on that song was one of the things where I felt like this might be too far", Eminem said. "As Rick is trying to figure out what's the next step, what's the next mission, Negan kind of needles him, but Rick needs to be able to justify, 'This is why I kept you alive, it's so that we can have a future'".
Eminem hasn't revealed whether he'll specifically reply to MGK with a song yet, but it appears that he's decided not to directly hit back and fans may be left wanting this time around. It all started when MGK made a remark about Eminem's at-the-time 16-year-old daughter Hailie on Twitter.
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