The rapper, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, publicly demanded an apology but now it seems like Cannon’s rhyme about Eminem’s 23-year-old daughter Hailie Jade solidified their hatred for eternity.
“Eminem is not going to support anything that Nick Cannon has his hands on, they are not friends, they will not be friends and Em will never in a million years appear on Nick’s radio show, television show or anything else Nick is involved in,” a source told HollywoodLife. “Some beefs last forever and this is absolutely something that will last. Nick mentioned Hailie and that is completely off limits. This is going to get a lot worse and there is no end in sight for the back and forth disses that are coming up.”
“The Invitation” got mixed reviews from fans, to say the least, but that doesn’t mean that his rebuttal didn’t hurt Eminem.
“The white boy he f**ckin’ cracked,” Nick said before mentioning the name of Eminem’s family.
“Call Kim, somebody get Hailie and that other kid you raising that ain’t even your baby.”
That was the line that trigged the 47-year-old lyricist and he demanded an apology.
Instead of apologizing, Nick hit Em with diss track number 2 and made claims that he got a facelift and voted for President Trump.
“You voted for Trump, b**ch admit it,” Cannon said before stating that Eminem will never be a legend. Nick ended his verse with a reference to Eminem’s recent beef with Machin Gun Kelly. “I bet you never thought the kill shot would come from the Cannon.”
Eminem took aim and Nick and Mariah Carey in the song, “Lord Above” from Fat Joe’s new album, “Family Ties.”
“Word to the Terror Squad, Joe, this is all puns aside though/I know me and Mariah didn’t end on a high note,” Eminem rapped in the newly released track.
“But that other dude’s whipped, that p—y got him neutered/Tried to tell him this chick’s a nut job before he got his jewels clipped/Almost got my caboose kicked, fool, quit, you not gon’ do s–t/I let her chop my balls off, too ‘fore I lost to you, Nick.”
Many thought the diss came out of left field but Nick actually spoke about a time when he almost flew to Detroit to have words with Eminem after he released the Mariah diss track, “The Warning” on T.I.’s podcast. Em must have taken their discussion as an invitation for war.