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Machine Gun Kelly UNLEASHES Unexpected Diss on Eminem in Explosive Collab with Detroit Star!

Machine Gun Kelly appears to be throwing little shots at Eminem in a new song with Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley.

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 fan page:



Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem have a history to tell! After trading disstracks back in 2018, MGK announced that his rap project was not well-received because of the beef with Detroit giant and decided to go in different direction musically but that did not make Slim Shady to stop as he continued throwing shade at Cleveland rapper on Music To Be Murdered By album. 

After changing the genre and becoming punk-rock artist, MGK seems to be getting back to his roots as he has released couple of rap songs lately. One of the most recent releases is titled “Pressure” where Kelly appears to be throwing a little jab at Eminem.

“There won’t be a day I need a vest under my zip-up ‘Cause every time they tried to send a shot, it always missed us (Doo, drr).” raps Machine Gun Kelly on third verse. After MGK called Eminem’s daughter “hot as f–k” in 2012, the two engaged in a highly-publicized feud that culminated in Eminem’s diss track called “Killshot.”

Despite Eminem being known to end careers with his diss tracks, Kelly thinks “Killshot” missed as he not only maintain his success but also further went on to achieve his first platinum album, Tickets to my Downfall, followed by Mainstream Sellout, both of which reached number 1 on Billboard 200 charts.


MGK has said similar line before on a song called “Floor 13”: “I just spent too many minutes watchin’ little videos of sh–ty wannabe rappers dissing me. I just spent the winter livin’ after someone tried to send a kill shot, missin’ me.”

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