Machine Gun Kelly appears to be throwing little shots at Eminem in a new song with Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley.
Yesterday, Multiplatinum Detroit rapper and storyteller Tee Grizzley released his long-awaited album, titled “Tee’s Coney Island,” available now through Grizzley Gang/300 Entertainment. This 16-track album returns to Tee’s musical roots and hometown influences, paying tribute to the iconic Detroit diner, Coney Island.
The project includes a song “The Sopranos,” featuring Machine Gun Kelly. The music video of the song was shot in Detroit. In the song, MGK raps:
“I know I can stop the violence, though, but I ain’t sayin’ s–t
I like revenge, I’m in Detroit, and you know what the f–k I meant, ho”
Fans think the last line is directed at Eminem. You can watch the video clip below and tell us your opinions in the comment sections of our social media accounts.