Nick Cannon Thinks Eminem and 50 Cent Can’t Handle Their ‘Too Intense’ Feud
Despite their ongoing beef, the ‘Masked Singer’ host admits that he admires Fofty, saying in a new interview, ‘I love what 50 is doing. In a real way, all respect.’
- Mar 6, 2020
AceShowbiz – Nick Cannon hasn’t said anything about his nemesis Eminem for the past few days, making everything think that he has let their beef go. However, during a recent appearance on 99 Jamz’s “Afternoon Get Down”, “The Masked Singer” host revealed why their feud appeared to die down.
“I don’t know. I feel, like, at this point, we had a lot of fun with it during the last season of ‘Wild ‘n Out‘, and we get back to it — you know, the jokes ain’t ever gonna stop,” he said to host Supa Cindy on Wednesday, March 4. Nick added that he wasn’t the one who instigated the fight between him and Slim Shady.
Speaking of people’s reaction to his diss song “The Invitation: Canceled”, Nick explained, “That’s the thing. Everybody was saying, ‘You better not say nothing,’ and I’m like, ‘Why not, nobody’s scared of him.’ “
Later during the interview, Nick brought Eminem’s pal 50 Cent, who called him a “punk” and threatened to kick his a**, to the topic. “Even with 50, ain’t nobody scared of 50 either. I’m like, ‘Let’s go!’ You know, I match energy. It might have gotten a little too intense for them.”
However, Nick revealed that Em would still be welcomed on his show. “But [Eminem is] still welcome to come on ‘[Wild ‘n Out]’ whenever he wants to get down,” he stated. Fiddy was also invited to the show as Nick revealed that “we keep telling him to pull up. He’s king of the jokes, king of being petty.”
Despite the beef, Nick admitted that he admires Fofty. “I love what 50 is doing. In a real way, all respect. Yo, he jumped into the television game in a real way … When I see another black man getting like that, we put all the jokes and the hip-hop stuff aside, man. I salute him 100 percent with that,” he shared.
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