Celebrity beef has a way of never coming to an end. This is the case for rappers Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly, who have been feuding since 2012. Eminem has started the feud once again while on stage at his recent concert.
In case you didn’t hear, Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly have been enemies for a long time now. This started from a 2012 tweet from Kelly where he said how “hot” he thought Eminem’s daughter Hailie was. Of course, Eminem didn’t appreciate those words about his daughter. He allegedly blackballed Machine Gun Kelly from his Sirius XM station, Shade 45.
There was a series of diss tracks to follow from both of these rappers and the beef continued to escalate with each and every song. Although, it’s 2019, the beef between the two is not over, as evidenced by Eminem’s recent Machine Gun Kelly diss on stage at his concert in Brisbane, Australia.
At Eminem’s concert his fans wanted him to perform his diss track against Kelly, by chanting “Killshot”, which is the title of the diss track. He responded that he wouldn’t do it, but of course that didn’t stop him from throwing some shots towards Kelly’s.
Eminem had said some words for Kelly on stage:
“I would, but I can’t give that cocksucker any more f**king life.”
Before he left stage he added:
“Y’all are family. We love you. Brisbane, make it home safe. Make some noise for your f**king selves and make nothing for MGK.”
Machine Gun Kelly has yet to respond, but instead he is promoting his upcoming Netflix film The Dirt that is about the career of heavy-metal band Motley Crue, where he is able to play Tommy Lee.