Eminem Spits Fire At Game, Melle Mel & Gen Z ‘Rap’ Connoisseur

Legendary Detroit rapper unleashed fiery harsh words on The Game, Melle Mel — and Generation Z rap enthusiasts too young to remember his heyday — after they’ve all been hauling his reputation through the dirt.

The mellifluous retribution was dropped on Friday, August 4, on the song “Realest” — the debut single for Em and Dr Dre’s new artist Ez Mil — but it was the D-12 rapper who stole the exposition.

As TMZ reported the previous year, Game expended a full 10 minutes dissing Slim Shady on his last album and later contended supremacy over him for never having his tunes played in the club.

The 8 Mile battle rapper says Game’s tunes only get club play because those are the range of his performance bookings and is a little jelly about his career. Melle Mel also got hit by Slim, after having boosted his profile earlier this year by tearing Em for being a white rapper who benefits from the audience majority share.

Eminem candidly acknowledges being a “guest” in Hip Hop on the song, a term used to recognize Black culture birthed Hip Hop … but uttered how his success enabled the genre to rumble across the world.

He cruised to scorch Melle’s gym rat legacy with a clever stab at the notion he uses steroids rapping, “And I’ll be the last to toy with a juice-head whose brain is like half destroyed as a meteor hit it/ Well, there went Melle Mel, we lost his ass to ‘roids.” Get it? Asteroids!!! 

The youthful whippersnappers of Gen Z who chastise Eminem arguably felt the worst of his outrage … some of them weren’t even born when he dropped his first studio album back in 1999, and Eminem sarcastically credited their generation for raising the United States’s school shootings!!!


“Y’all need to stick to what you do best/Shootin’ schools up, gat/Go load up rounds in your parents’ gats, and go to class and let off with the strap and go to town,” Eminem raged at the kids.

Let’s see if furious mothers let him get away with that rap line now that he’s not as prominent as he once was.
Meanwhile, Queens native  LL Cool J says rap’s not a sport but obviously, Eminem didn’t get the message … he’s out here playing rugby!!!

© 2023 • Story By Edem Latsu Nukafu
Writer’s email:edemlatsu093@gmail.com

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