Remember earlier this month, when Machine Gun Kelly decided that he was going to tug on Superman's cape, spit into the wind, and pretty much sign his own death warrant with the Eminem diss track "Rap Devil"?
No? Well see the refresher above.
It was of course only a matter of time before the man known as Marshall Mathers fired back. And he's done that today with a rap diss track of his own titled "#KILLSHOT". As one of the many ranking the fight at home, let's say that Machine Gun Kelly went low with references to Eminem's daughter Hailie, addiction problems, and the rapper's late cousin Ronny.
As for the rest of the song, his best shots were at Slim Shady's facial hair and penchant for sweatsuits. But seriously--is this the best that Machine Gun Kelly could do?: "You were named after a candy/I was named after a gangster"
Eminem, on the other hand, takes ony 30 seconds to deliver a genuinely funny knockout blow in "KILLSHOT", namely "How you gonna name yourself after a damn gun and have a man bun."
Oh, and he also suggests that he's taken a massive coiler with a DQ swirl in whatever MGK is, weirdly, eating out of a white bowl at the beginning of "Rap Devil". (Perhaps, it was Machine Bun Kelly's breakfast time during the shoot.)
Listen to "#KILLSHOT" below.