Machine Gun Kelly dons the devil horns once again.
Though Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's beef initially came to a head in September of 2018, the remnants are still being felt to this day. Yesterday, footage surfaced of Em's recent performance at Brisbane Stadium, where he was met with an eager chant of "Killshot!" Though a clear fan favorite, Em decided against debuting a live version of the MGK diss track, opting to fire off a few shots instead. "I would but I don't want to give that cocksucker any more fuc*ing light," he says. "Make some noise for your-fuc*in-selves and make nothing for MGK."
It didn't take long for Machine Gun Kelly to catch wind of Em's remarks. From the look of it, they seemed to agitate the rapper slash actor, who took out his frustrations on a fan's drum skin- moments after autographing it, no less. Afterward, Kelly took to Twitter to fire back at Em. "Ay
@Eminem u made the right decision not dropping that weak ass song in concert and putting everyone to sleep," he writes, once again bringing forth the #RapDevil hashtag.
While many thought the beef had died down, it seems to have picked up life once again. One has to wonder if either party will take their frustrations to the booth. Em doesn't exactly seem like the Twitter-beef type, and lest we forget, Benzino got two diss tracks for his troubles. As Kelly is Em's first real opponent in years, it's entirely possible that Slim makes time for another round. As for Kelly, it wouldn't be surprising to see him double down; say what you will about the man, but he doesn't appear even remotely concerned about a potential response. In fact, it seems as if he'd welcome the challenge.