Eminem regrets using homophobic slur in new album

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When you're a rapper with the global success of Eminem, you're gonna have plenty of haters and Slim Shady made a decision to deal with his haters on recent album "Kamikaze" by dissing them all - including Machine Gun Kelly.

"/ Kelly, they'll be putting your name / Next to Ja, next to Benzino, die, motherfucker / Like the last motherfucker sayin' Hailey in vain / Alien brain, you Satanist (yeah)".

"I don't give a f**k about your career".

After racking up over 71 million views on World Star Hip Hop's YouTube channel and becoming one of the most searched topics on Google, all eyes were back on Eminem to see how he'd respond.

Eminem dropped his official Machine Gun Kelly diss track titled "Killshot". "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'".

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The question is, he said: "How do we collectively pick up the ball, change the game plan and re-position the police?" The increase in the number of cases of violence against women and children has been described as a crisis.

Cape Town - American rapper Eminem sat down with popular radio host Sway to talk about his tenth studio album.

He continued: "So I click on it. he starts doing a press run, basically, about Hailie". You think I actually fucking think about you? Yo, my man better chill'. The rapper, 45, has repeatedly dismissed those claims, most recently in a 2017 Vulture interview. However, he explained to Sway that there was a "more petty" reason behind his feud.

"Rap Devil", in turn, was a response to a shot Eminem took at MGK on "Not Alike", a track from the older rapper's surprise album Kamikaze, released earlier this month.

Although the Home Office (at that point led by current Prime Minister Theresa May) didn't comment on the specific case, they told the newspaper in a statement: "Coming to the United Kingdom is a privilege, and we expect those who come here to respect our shared values".

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