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The Game says Eminem responded to “The Black Slim Shady” diss




During a recent interview with DJ VLAD, The Game says Eminem responded to his “The Black Slim Shady” from his 2022 album, DRILLMATIC – Heart vs. Mind.

“He responded. Game can always get him to respond, man. It must strike cords, man.” said The Game during the interview.

The Compton-born rapper probably refers to Ez Mil’s song called “Realest,” which features Eminem going after his rap foes who questioned his legitimacy in hip-hop. Co-produced by Mil and Em, the song features a fist-thumping lunchroom table beat and a popping snare that allows them to spit a variety of flows on the track.

On “The Black Slim Shady,” The Game raps: “I never heard you in a club, I never heard you in a bar / Eleven albums and ten never got played inside of my car.” In “Realest,” Eminem spits: “All the envious rappers I’d torch if I’m on a joint with ’em/And that is the only retort is I’m not played in the clubs muthaf–ka put a cork in it/Only reason they still play your s–t in the clubs is ’cause you still perform in ’em.

The Game is probably referring to these lines but the narrative “they don’t play Eminem in the clubs” was a hot topic during that period of time and Em probably responded to everyone and not specifically Game.