Eminem has recently dropped the Side B (Deluxe) of his 11th Studio Album “Music To Be Murdered By”, released in January last year.
Uncle Snoop could not escape the wrath of Slim Shady on one of the tracks from his new album “Zeus”.
“As far as squashing beef I’m used to people knocking me/But just not in my camp/And diplomatic as I’m tryin’ to be/Last thing I need is Snoop doggin’ me/Man, Dogg, you was like a damn god to me/Meh, not really (haha)/I had dog backwards,” Em raps on the track.
Later in an interview on Shady 45, Eminem explained why he dissed Snoop, “Well couple of months ago, he was doing the interview with the breakfast club somehow my name got brought up and he was saying the things about you know I am not in his top 10 and everything he said by the way, was fine like up to a point you know like I never said like him saying I am not in his top 10 because there are some rappers in 90s that I can’t f**k with and aye him saying that Dre made a best version of me, Absolutely like why would I have a problem with that ? Would I be here without Dre ? F**k no, I wouldn’t. The rappers he mentioned from the 90s KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, G Rap like I never said I could f**k with them, I never said that” said Eminem.
Few days ago, Snoop commented on an Eminem fan page and called his diss on Zeus “ soft ass sh*t”.
Now KXNG Crooked shares his thoughts on the feud, “For everybody who thinks that this sh*t is gonna just be two records going back and forth, or a few records going back and forth, you’re very wrong,” Crook said. “This has the potential to be the most polarizing beef ever in Hip Hop, you know what I mean? And for that reason, I think it’s not good for the culture. I don’t think it’s good for the culture.”
Crook says that an eruption of diss tracks between Snoop Dogg and Eminem would only lead to less unity within hip-hop and America, as a whole.
“They’re gonna make this a racial thing,” Crook explained. “Every thinkpiece, all the comments. That’s gonna start a conversation that becomes bigger than the actual music, the diss records. The conversation will become bigger than the diss records. Trust me on that. They’re gonna make it a racial thing and it’s gonna widen the divide in the culture. That gap is gonna be like The Grand Canyon when they’re done with this s***. You better understand what you’re asking for”, said Slaughterhouse Emcee.
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