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Eminem Says Machine Gun Kelly Likes to Suck Dick

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The back-and-forth between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly may have died down, but Eminem still has a few choice words to get off his chest.

While performing at a concert of his, in Australia, Eminem put his lyrical savviness to work and dissed Kelly in front of a crowd of fans.

I would but I don’t want to give that cocksucker any more fuc*ing light,”

Make some noise for your-fuc*in-selves and make nothing for MGK.”

Apparently, the Brisbane crowd wanted Slim Shady to perform his record “Killshot.” HotNewHipHop reports that the crowd united in a harmonious chant, requesting for the rapper to deliver the song, before ending the show. However, Em did not comply. Instead, he chose to give MGK zilch recognition. But not before he called him a “cocksucker.”

The feud between these two rappers dates all the way back to 2012. During that year, Kelly referred to Eminem’s daughter, Hailie,” as “hot as fuck.”

Since then, things have been ongoing.

Thoughts? Out of all the rap beefs to ever make history, which two rappers had the best one? Make sure you leave your opinions down below!

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