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Machine Gun Kelly revisits Eminem beef: “He did not win”



Machine Gun Kelly / Eminem

Popular YouTuber Scru Face Jean has recently reviewed “BMXXing” by Machine Gun Kelly which he dropped about a week ago. In his review, Scru said: “This reminds me Mac Miller’s “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza.” It gives me that vibes. Now, there’s some people who already wrote MGK off. There is the most extreme Eminem fans and Stans who will never like this ni–a just because he went into a battle against Eminem which I don’t understand because I respect people who go into battles. Eminem won. I got Eminem winning but MGK really stood up and fought. There is a lot of people who were afraid to say something about Em so I gotta respect him for that.

Scru shared a clip of his review on X (formerly Twitter) and Machine Gun Kelly replied: “To where it was shot: in Cleveland on CSU staircase and another spot on the west side of the city. And the pool – I just emptied it in my backyard. Also, he didn’t win.” One of the fans on X responded: “You live in your own fairy tale And you wrote this to get attention for one day on Twitter because you see that no one is interested in what you do, better go and cure your toxic loser syndrome!” Another said: “He whooped your a-s into another genre. You left rap for awhile after that beef now you’re trying to come back like we forgot. Continue to be in denial real ones know you’re a poser loser who picked a fight with your idol for clout.

Shortly after the Eminem feud in 2018, Machine Gun Kelly dropped “Hotel Diablo” album which included a diss-track “Rap Devil,” and blamed Slim Shady for low unit sales. During a conversation with Interview Magazine, MGK suggested that his beef with Eminem caused his fourth studio album, Hotel Diablo, to have a lukewarm reception from fans after it was released: “As a hip-hop album, Hotel Diablo is flawless front to back, and also a hint at the evolution of how I went into a pop-punk album. But it was coming off the tail-end of that infamous beef with Eminem.”

As the conversation continued, Kelly explained how music listeners were distracted by his conflict with Eminem: “It’s like if you make a s–tty movie and then you come out with a great movie right after, but people want to focus on the fact that they hated whatever you just did. What I did in the beef was exactly what it should be, but that project wasn’t welcomed. The next album came from already feeling like I’d counted out, so I didn’t even care what the public was going to think.”