Eminem drops 'Killshot' - a homophobic, sexist hit at Machine Gun Kelly

'Killshot' has appeared to be an extremely racy track that takes a hit at everything from MGK's career to his own daughter, including references to Tupac's death too.

                            Eminem drops 'Killshot' - a homophobic, sexist hit at Machine Gun Kelly

Some celebrity feuds are never-ending, especially if it concerns rappers of Eminem's caliber. In recent updates, Eminem just dissed back at Machine Gun Kelly in what has appeared to be an extremely homophobic track that takes a dig at everything from MGK's career to his own daughter. Speaking about all things anti-MGK, Eminem released 'Killshot' in response to MGK's diss track aimed at him, titled 'Rap Devil.'

In 'Rap Devil,' MGK had taken a hit at everything about Eminem, from his age, his beard, and even his miserable attitude. And right from the moment it dropped, fans just knew something colossal was brewing on Marshall Mather's side, and they weren't wrong. It was something pretty explosive, with lyrics like "Die motherf**ker like the last motherf**ker saying Hailie in vain" and "You would suck a dick to be more for a second." And this isn't the only mention of a penis n MGK's mouth situation; homophobic much?

With words like “I’m 45, and I’m still outselling you,” and “I’d rather be 80-year-old me than 20-year-old you," Eminem really does sound like he has won this round after the Cleveland rapper MGK’s answer to the Kamikaze takedown 'Not Alike' was released in the form of 'Rap Devil.'

And that is clear by the number of direct hits he takes at MGK's track 'Rap Devil.' For example, MGK raps, “Last time you saw 8 Mile was at home on a treadmill.” To that, Eminem responds with: “I’m really sorry you want me to have a heart attack/Was watchin’ 8 Mile on my NordicTrack/Realized I forgot to call you back.”

He also compared his own career track with MGK's and dissed the young rapper's music with lyrics like: "My biggest flops are your greatest hits" and "You're a molehill ... I'll make a whole mountain out of you."

And then somehow he borderlines on the sexism quotient, with lyrics like "You're fuckin' salty 'cause Young Gerald's balls-deep inside of Halsey." Like, okay — we get it — but was it really that necessary to refer to G-Eazy and Halsey's romance like that?

Guess it was, otherwise diss tracks wouldn't be dissing tracks. And Eminem being self, he takes things to a bit too extreme as he proceeded to take an aim at Tupac's death and even accused Diddy of gaining the hit on the day. "The day you put out a hit is the day Diddy admits he put out the hit that got Pac killed" he rapped - only to take it to the end of the song to address Diddy personally and admit he just joking, of course saying: “Oh, and I’m just playin’, Diddy. You know I love you.”

But it is his last shot at MGK that truly comes as a mic drop moment because he tells MGK, "Leave my dick in your mouth and take my daughter out of it."