Eminem's beef with rapper Machine Gun Kelly is long gone, but the Detroit native has found himself in the middle of another squabble, this time with Nick Cannon.
The war of words started Monday when Cannon dropped "The Invitation," a diss track that Cannon created in response to Eminem's feature on Fat Joe's "Lord Above" last week. Cannon later followed that with a second diss track Tuesday.
In "The Invitation," Cannon, 39, alleges that Eminem, 47, fired his chauffeur for recording a video of the rapper engaging in sexual activities with another man. The track features Suge Knight, who's currently serving 28 years in prison.
The diss prompted an immediate response from Eminem, who tweeted, "U mad bro? Stop lying on my (expletive). I never even had a chauffeur, you bougie (expletive)."
Eminem appeared to make light of the situation, adding, "I demand an apology Nicholas, you've made my gardener so jealous!"
Cannon then took to his Instagram account to invite Eminem to the TV series "Wild 'n Out" to hash out their differences. In a video, he said, "Marshall (Mathers) come out and play."
He captioned the black-and-white clip, "I see your handlers let you use the internet today Marshall! @mtvwildnout We waiting..."
The two reignited their beef on Friday when Eminem alluded to his alleged relationship with Cannon's ex-wife, Mariah Carey, on "Lord Above."
During his verse, Eminem took several below-the-belt shots at Cannon, calling him "whipped" and "neutered." To add insult to injury, Eminem called Carey a "nutjob."
On Tuesday, fellow rapper 50 Cent appeared to take Eminem's side in the feud. 50 Cent rose to fame with the help of Eminem and Dr. Dre.
"I don’t understand to save my life why someone would pick a fight with EM. He is a different kinda animal, I haven’t seen a (expletive) come close to beating him man," he tweeted along with a photo of Eminem. "hey Nick that (expletive) was trash, I oughta kick you in yo (expletive) when I see you PUNK!"
In response, Cannon shared a photo of Samuel L. Jackson's character from "Django Unchained" looking upset to his Instagram. He simply captioned the image with 50 Cent's handle and a laughing emoji.
50 Cent wasn't the only one to pick a side. Others also saw Eminem as the victor of the feud, causing the hashtag #ripnickcannon to trend on Twitter Tuesday morning.
Later Tuesday, Cannon dropped "Pray For Him."
In the song, Cannon and The Black Squad continue to go after Eminem.
"Lord forgive us/ I know that it's kinda wrong/ For five brothers this talented to be on one song," the lyrics read. "But that white boy, he is nice/ But he crossed the black man, Lord Jesus Christ/ We gonna pray for him."
"Now you debate, disputed, hated and viewed in America as a (expletive) drug addict/ You'll never be a legend," the track continues, before accusing the rapper of cosmetic surgery. "You should really start to stare at who's in the mirror/ Look at all that (expletive) botox, (expletive) I know you embarrassed."
The song also references Eminem's daughter Hailie and extends another invitation for Eminem to appear on "Wild 'n Out."
There's a long history between Eminem and Carey and Cannon, who divorced in 2016 after eight years of marriage and two children together.
In 2009, Eminem dissed the couple on "Bagpipes From Baghdad."
"Mariah, what ever happened to us? Why did we have to break up? … Nick Cannon better back the (expletive) up I'm not playin', I want her back, you punk."
In response, Carey released her hit song "Obsessed" in 2009 along with a music video that appeared to diss Eminem. She denied that she ever had a relationship with him.
On Monday's "The Invitation," Cannon added:
"My baby mama killed you off a decade agoYou're still cryin' about it, (expletive), now who really the (expletive)?"