Nick Cannon has dropped another diss track aimed at Eminem, slamming him as the ‘KKK of his generation’ after allegedly revealing racist lyrics from an unreleased Slim Shady track.
The latest diss – the third Nick has aimed at Eminem without a reply as of yet – called Canceled: Invitation, appears to sample Eminem rapping ‘black girls are b***hes, black girls are dumb’.
According to TMZ, the lyrics are apparently from an unreleased track Eminem recorded before he made it big, and Nick is bringing it to light to try and coax a response from Eminem.
Nick raps on the track: ‘He’s been disrespecting our queens for years/Matter of fact, why don’t you tell them how you really feel, Marshall?’
The song then cuts into the loop of Eminem’s alleged verse, repeated over and over again as Nick raps: ‘We let you be a guest in this house but now you’re cancelled, Slim’.
He adds: ‘Our queens don’t need your racism, you’re the KKK of this generation/OKKK did I take it too far?’
Nick also claims in the song that Eminem treated the black people in his crew like ‘indentured slaves’ and raps: ‘They gon’ say I’m race baiting, but I had to lure them with the hate’.
There’s no confirmation as of yet whether the track that has been sampled is really Eminem or not.
Canceled: Invitation is the third diss track Nick has aimed at Eminem since the rapper reignited their feud, which has lain dormant for a decade.
It came after Eminem reignited it after releasing a new song, Lord Above, with Fat Joe and Dre, in which he took aim at Nick’s ex-wife, Mariah Carey, rapping: ‘I know me and Mariah didn’t end on a high note.
‘But that other dude’s whipped, that p**sy got him neutered, tried to tell him this chick’s a n*tjob ‘fore he got his jewels clipped, almost got my caboose kicked.