The Game roasts Eminem in a 10-minute diss track on Drillmatic
Los Angeles, California - Rapper The Game dropped his new album DRILLMATIC: Heart vs. Mind on Friday, which includes a 10-minute diss track against Eminem.
The song, called The Black Slim Shady, has a few moments of weird skits, with The Game borrowing Em's flow in an attempt to parody him.
The Compton rapper touches on Eminem's former drug addiction, his daughter Hailey, him being a white rapper, and even manages to throw a few jabs at former G-Unit ally 50 Cent.
The Twitterverse has exploded with fans roasting the artist for what many have called a weak diss track. Speculation on whether the real Slim Shady will respond has also started circulating on social media.
Other rappers in the past have tried to go after the self-proclaimed Rap God with little to no success.
His last rap beef happened when Machine Gun Kelly, who was a rapper at the time, released a diss track called Rap Devil in 2018. Em responded with a track called Kill Shot, which led many fans to attribute it as the reason MGK ditched the genre for the pop-punk world.
Ironically, The Game previously said in an interview that he believed MGK won that battle.
The Game's new record DRILLMATIC: Heart vs. Mind is out now. With 31 tracks, it's more than enough to keep you busy for a while.
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