After the ‘Godzilla’ rapper addressed their beef in his latest album ‘Music to Be Murdered By’, MGK hints that the bad blood isn’t over as he brags about killing Em in his new diss song.
- Mar 14, 2020
AceShowbiz – Machine Gun Kelly continues to take shot at Eminem. While the “Godzilla” hitmaker claimed an end to their beef in a track off his “Music to Be Murdered By” album, the “Rap Devil” rapper released on Friday, March 13 a brand new single, “Bullets with Names”, that has him bragging about killing the former.
Produced by Wonda and Ronny J, “Bullets with Names” hears MGK spitting, “Killed me a goat so my jacket got stains on it/ Wipin’ my nose like I got some cocaine on it/ Pulled out his coffin and ate me a plate on it/ Called up his bitch, showed my dick, let ’em lay on it.” It features Young Thug, Lil Duke and RJMRLA.
This fresh track will be included in the “Bad Things” hitmaker’s upcoming fifth studio album, “Tickets to My Downfall”, that is set to be released later this year via Interscope and Bad Boy Records. The LP, which is a collaborative project with Blink-182‘s Travis Barker, itself is a follow-up to his 2019 album “Hotel Diablo”.
As for MGK’s feud with Em, “Bullets with Names” was not the first shade he threw at the “Lose Yourself” hitmaker following the release of “Music to Be Murdered By”. In late January, he took to Twitter to seemingly comment on Em’s take on viral Dolly Parton challenge, “50 year old artists tryna be relevant to the youth by posting trending meme’s is something i never thought i’d see #2020,” his later-deleted tweet read.
Em and MGK started their feud back in 2018 after the “Bird Box” actor thirsting over his daughter Hailie. Hitting back, MGK came out with a diss track called “Rap Devil”. In response, Em let out “Killshot”. In mid-January 2020, however, Em appeared to call for a truce through new track titled “Unaccommodating”.
Despite Em’s claim that their war is finished, MGK appeared reluctance in squashing their beef. “mad af I just stepped out a loud room to hear this bulls**t,” he wrote on Twitter. “he’s been rich and mad for 20 years straight.”