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Grandmaster Caz shares his thoughts on Melle Mel’s Eminem diss



Grandmaster Caz / Eminem

Grandmaster Caz has recently sat down with Sean Bigga on The Bigga Picture podcast where he shared his opinion on the recent controversy sparked by Melle Mel’s diss towards Eminem: “He did not consult with me as far as Eminem thing. I didn’t really ask him too much. He did not really never take it that serious. He was like ‘I bust Eminem’s a-s’ and I’m like ‘okay, you supposed to believe that.’ But as far as him actually doing the answer, I did not know he was going to respond to it. First of all, Em was responding to him. Mel was like ‘F–k, chill what, n-gga? That’s my opinion.’ And everybody else out here giving their opinions, saying whatever they wanna say, how the f–k you gonna tell Melle Mel he can’t sway what he wanna say? I backed him up on that.” said Grandmaster Caz.

Then he continued: “Now as far as response [laughs], I wish you would holla at me. I respect Melle Mel to the fullest. Lyrically, he’s the only person that I ever thought I had to be better than. Everybody else, I thought I was better than them. Like I said, I didn’t get the opportunity to see what he was going to do. It just came out. Even if I heard it, I could not say ‘nah, that’s whack’ but yeah, I probably would have. I would have to say that cause that’s my dude. I have no doubt that if he took his time and then come up with some s–t, n-ggas be like ‘Oh s–t!’ But he just did something real quick and put it out there and it was not flattering to him. You don’t respond to Eminem like that. Especially if you saying that you are going to bust his a-s.”

“If that was me, it would have been different. I’m not saying I’d bust Eminem’s a-s but I would went as hard as I could possibly go to get that n-gga. And then if he got me after that, yo, you got it! But I already respect Eminem as a lyricist. I wouldn’t even question him being nice or whether I’m better than him or not. There are a lot of n-ggas that’s better than me. You better be better than me motherf–ker! I drew you a blueprint. How the f–k you are not better than me, you’ve been hearing me ever since you started this s–t. You’ve been hearing everybody that I influenced ever since this s–t started. I’m about to be 64 years old and if I get on this mic and bust your a-s, you need your a-s whooped!”

“I think the apology was for the weak s–t that he did. Not for going at him. I think he was not apologizing for his opinion on Eminem. I think his opinion stays the same. He really believes that Em is touted the way he is because he’s a white rapper and that makes him even more accomplished at a black thing which hip-hop proposed to be. I’ve always accepted Em as a dope a-s f–king lyricist. His flows… If you can do something that I can’t do, n-gga, I applaud you.”

“MC Serch could not do what Eminem did. He’s dope but he just fits into the fabric. Em looked too white. They called him a w-gger because he was doing black things but he looked like a white person. Serch got his jewelry on. He got haircut like black people and s–t like that and white people didn’t want him. This n-gga right here [Eminem] is quintessential white hope for rap. All he gotta do is be good. He just excelled and was just more than good. He paid his dues in hip-hop. He is not industry plant. This n-gga comes from the street. He comes from Detroit. He comes from the circle of n-ggas who did this street s–t, mixtapes, all that s–t, he paid his dues.” Grandmaster Caz added. Watch the interview below: