Eminem fans slammed by Nick Cannon in punchy new diss track

15 January 2020, 10:40 | Updated: 16 January 2023, 10:30

Nick Cannon's ongoing verbal attack at Eminem has been ongoing since the end of 2019 and his new track attacks the rapper's fans too.

Back at the end of 2019, Eminem name-checked Nick Cannon in the song 'Lord Above' and ever since then there's been a barrage of tracks aimed at Slim Shady from the presenter/rapper.

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In his latest effort 'Used To Look Up To You', Nick Cannon addresses the ongoing beef once more and reacts to Em's lyrics about his relationship with ex-wife Mariah Carey.

On 'Used To Look Up To You', Nick Cannon targets Eminem by rapping, "N***as out here tweeting like they been a savage" before he goes on to say, "D**k riding lil Marshall Mathers / Had to put on my turban like I'm Aladdin / N**as out here cappin', Black Lives Matter."

The song appears on Nick Cannon's new project 'The Miseducation Of The Negro You Love To Hate' which also features tracks titled 'Instead Of Nipsey' and No Love For Me'.

Eminem is yet to respond to Nick Cannon's latest jab, however Em's fans had some thoughts for Cannon and shared them across Twitter following the song's release.

After launching the first attack on Nick Cannon, Eminem has reamained relatively silent on the situation, so it doesn't look like we'll get a reply to 'Used To Look Up To You' any time soon.

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