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Eminem Reveals Why He Dissed Joe Budden And MGK

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Eminem released Part II of his Kamikaze interview with Sway.

Em finally revealed explained his relationship with Joe Budden and why he dissed him on the album.

“Me and Joe Budden aren’t friends like that,” he starts. “We didn’t go the same fuckin’ high school or something, so I get that part. But, when I’m out here flying around to different places and doing interviews and trying to use my platform to pump up Slaughterhouse every chance I get and you’re using your platform to fuckin’ trash me and I’m one of the things that keep this ship movin’…

“You’ve got a voice in Hip Hop … you could be one of the reasons the ship is sinking. You don’t owe me nothing and I’ve never got in a fuckin’ interview and been like ‘Joe Budden’s shit is fuckin’ trash. That last album he put out is fuckin’ trash.’ So, that’s kind of the attitude I took to this whole album Kamikaze. Like, alright — how about I give everybody my opinion on them?”

Em addresses what happened to Slaughterhouse and why he chose to diss Budden on “Fall” from Shady’s 10th studio album.

“I feel like the reason I had to do that is because, like I said, there’s a fine line between saying, ‘You know what this guy’s really been cool with me, he’s helped me out and tried to help out on many occasions, so I’m not going to go in on ‘Untouchable’ like that. I’m gonna say it ain’t for me, I’m not crazy about it — whatever.’

“But to be the ‘worst song you’ve ever heard in your life?’ Have you listened to your own shit? Do you not listen back? ‘Cause if that’s the worst song you’ve ever heard in your life, I don’t know.”

Em also spoke the ongoing beef with MGK on “Not A Like.”

“The shit is just for the record,” he says. “The thing that was going on that he was saying about my daughter, I didn’t know about that until literally like a year-and-a-half later. It never hit my radar. Then, one day — you know you go down the wormhole on YouTube — I see, ‘Machine Gun Kelly talks about Eminem’s daughter.” I’m like, ‘What the fuck.’

“Then he starts doing a press run basically about Hailie. I’m like, ‘What the fuck. Yo, my man better chill.’ That’s not why I dissed him. The reason I dissed him is actually a lot more petty than that. The reason that I dissed him is … I could give a fuck about your career. You think I actually fuckin’ think about you? Do you know how many fuckin’ rappers that are better than you? You’re not even in the conversation.”

He continues, “Then when you get on Tech N9ne album’s and start sending shots … like shut the fuck up. Now, I’m in this fuckin’ weird thing ’cause I’m like, ‘I gotta answer this mother fucker.’ Every time I do that — as irrelevant as people think I am in Hip Hop — I make them bigger. So, I’m getting into this thing where I want to destroy him, but I also don’t want to make him bigger. Do you know what I’m saying? Because now, you’re a fuckin’ enemy. I’ll leave it at that. I’m not sure exactly what I’m going to at this point.”

MGK’s “Rap Devil” diss track, he replies, “I heard it. It’s not bad — for him. He had some good lines in it.” However, he remains indecisive about how — or if — he’s going to respond.

“I’m gonna sit back and I’m gonna wait for a second,”he says. “If people start firing off and I try to answer every fucking body I dissed on Kamikaze, or had words about, I’ma be going the next five fucking years making diss song after diss song.”

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Big Boi’s Son Commits To The Oregon Ducks

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Big Boi was a proud dad announcing that his son Cross Patton verbally committed to play running back for the University of Oregon.

Cross offered a brief monologue before revealing his choice, while standing in front of his football team. “I just want to thank my family: mom and my dad, coach Davis, my football team,” he started. “With that being said, I want to announce that I committed to the University of Oregon.”

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Watch: Travis Scott And Drake’s “Sicko” Video

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Travis Scott has shared a new video for his Drake-assisted Astroworld track “Sicko Mode.”

The trippy video was shot in Houston and directed by Dave Meyers and Travis Scott. Meyers previously directed Scott’s wild “Stop Trying to Be God” visual, which featured cameos from James Blake and Kylie Jenner. Drizzy and Scott alternate verses as well as locations through the video.

The video takes you on a wild ride through Scott’s hometown of Houston, which he treats like his very own amusement park, much like the one his latest album,Astroworld, is named after.

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Lil Wayne Grabs Swizz Beatz For ‘Uproar’ Video

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Lil Wayne drops the latest video from Tha Cater V.

“Uproar” is directed by Mills Miller, which features cameos from the song’s producer Swizz Beatz, Shiggy, Kid Pat and Fatboy SSE.

Weezy and Swizz reprise Diddy’s 2001 hit single “Special Delivery” (Remix) for the song’s instrumental. They also attempt to restart a viral hit with their #UproarChallenge by having all the video’s participants bring back the Harlem Shake dance.

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