First Eminem, now G-Eazy. Machine Gun Kelly has a lot of beef to deal with after back to back diss tracks

MGK is the subject of two diss tracks released on the same day: Eminem's 'Not Alike', followed by G-Eazy's 'Bad Boy'. Listen to both tracks below.

                            First Eminem, now G-Eazy. Machine Gun Kelly has a lot of beef to deal with after back to back diss tracks

Machine Gun Kelly just can't seem to catch a break! Earlier today, the rapper found himself as the subject of Eminem's new diss track 'Not Alike' from his surprise album 'Kamikaze'.

The album, which dropped out of nowhere, saw Em take shots at a wide range of people. Fellow rappers Lil Yachty, Lil Pump, Tyler the Creator, Joe Budden, Drake, Lil Xan and more were all at the receiving end of Slim Shady's spitfire verses. He also has words for Donald Trump, Mike Pence and the Grammy Awards.

But one of Eminem's most vicious rhymes was directed at Machine Gun Kelly. On the album cut 'Not Alike', Eminem raps: "But next time you don't gotta use Tech N9ne if you wanna come at me with a sub-machine gun/And I'm talking to you but you already know who the f*** you are, Kelly/I don't use sublims and sure as f*** don't sneak-diss/But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie..."

Eminem's comments stem from a 2012 tweet Machine Gun Kelly posted commenting on how attractive he thought Eminem's daughter Hailie was. At the time, she was just 16 years old while Kelly was 21. MGK's music was banned from Sirius XM (more specifically, Eminem's Shade 45 channel) after the tweet, but it looks like Em was not done with teaching Kelly a lesson. Listen to 'Not Alike' below:


But that's not it! As if one diss track was not enough, just a few hours later, Kelly found himself staring down the barrel of G-Eazy's new diss track 'Bad Boy'. Over the three-minute track, G-Eazy unleashes some ruthless rhymes aimed directly at Kelly.

“I answer to no one, nobody can get control of me / MGK, please stop trolling me / Get over me,” he raps. “You wanna be me, you’re mad that you’re not as big as me / I’m everywhere, I’m your nightmare / You can’t get rid of me.”

Machine Gun Kelly also reportedly had a relationship with G-Eazy’s on-again, off-again girlfriend Halsey,  and after recently appearing on Funk Flex’s show to perform a freestyle, MGK notably took a shot at G-Eazy, with the following: “Let’s just keep G / Only Eazy I f*** with is E / I seen he’s that his hearing got a hanging earring.

"I f***ed his girl now he look like this s*** is overbearing / How dare him. I dare him. Don’t think about comparing / Now turn that frat rap off, I get sick of hearing.”

G-Eazy definitely didn't take too kindly to the verse and fired back just hours later with his own reply, proving that he's done playing nice. "Him & I’s on, bet you’re listening to Halsey sing to me / Can’t f**k with nobody with so much negative energy," he fires his reply on 'Bad Boy'.

"A pillar in this game, bro, I’ll be here until infinity / Ask myself why am I entertaining a mini me / You’re so below my class, you’re reaching, you’re not offending me.” 

He also takes shots at MGK’s purported stats. “I headline arenas and all of my s**ts go platinum / You never seen a plaque and your last s**t did 30,000 / It’s not a competition / I’d heard you if I start bragging,” he raps. “I’m headlining, heard you opening up for Fall Out Boy / Don’t play with my name, you f***er / I said it’s not a toy / Disrespect her again, I’ll smack you / I’m not a boy.”


While Machine Gun Kelly might take his time to come up with fitting replies to G-Eazy and Eminem, for now, he did acknowledge Gerald's shot at him with a few posts on social media. First, MGK put up a post on Instagram with G-Eazy and him in side-by-side frames, implying that Gerald's new blond look is a rip off of his own style.

Kelly then took to Twitter to share his above-mentioned freestyle attack at G-Eazy, captioning the post “Let’s just keep it G.”