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Nick Cannon Responds to Eminem's Diss Track with New Song 'The Invitation' - Listen Here

Nick Cannon is not holding back.

Just a few days after Eminem released a song dissing the 39-year-old TV personality and his ex-wife Mariah Carey, Nick fired back at Eminem in his new song “The Invitation.”

In “The Invitation” which features Suge Knight, Nick takes aim at Eminem‘s past drug addiction and references his family, particularly ex-wife Kim and daughter Hailie.

“I f–k with Crack, but the white boy he f–k with crack / Pills and smack, s–t, and he ‘bout to relapse / Call Kim, somebody get Hailie /And that other kid you raisin’, that ain’t even your baby,” Nick raps.

Nick‘s new song comes days after Eminem was featured on Fat Joe and Dre‘s new track “Lord Above” where he raps that Nick is “whipped” by Mariah‘s “p—y.”

You can read the lyrics to “The Invitation” inside…More Here! »

Nick Cannon Slams Eminem for Mariah Carey Diss on 'Lord Above'

Nick Cannon is sticking up for ex-wife Mariah Carey after Eminem‘s most recent diss.

The 47-year-old rapper took aim at the former couple during his verse on Fat Joe and Dre‘s new track “Lord Above.”

“Word to the Terror Squad, Joe, this is all puns aside though / I know me and Mariah didn’t end on a high note,” Eminem raps. “But that other dude’s whipped, that p—y got him neutered / Tried to tell him this chick’s a nut job ‘fore he got his jewels clipped / Almost got my caboose kicked, fool, quit, you not gon’ do s–t / I let her chop my balls off too ‘fore I lost to you, Nick.”

During his Power 106 show “Nick Cannon Mornings,” Nick slammed “Grandpa Marshall” for reigniting their decades-old feud.

“He should change his name from Eminem to like Percocet,” Nick shared. “What’s the pill for old people? We gon’ call him Cialis…Bring your walker, get out your wheelchair Eminem, and pop whatever you pop.”

Eminem Sides With Chris Brown Regarding Rihanna Assault in Alleged Leaked Song

Eminem is apparently on Chris Brown‘s side in his assault of Rihanna one decade ago.

The 47-year-old rapper seemed to show his support for the 30-year-old R&B singer in an alleged unreleased leaked song.

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In the leaked audio, a brief snippet called “Things Get Worse (Rihanna Diss),” Eminem says: “I’d side with Chris Brown, I’d beat down a b-h too,” seemingly referring to Chris and Rihanna‘s 2009 physical altercation.

The leaked audio is said to be from an unreleased version of a B.o.B. 2011 song called “Things Get Worse.”

None of the artists have commented on the leak yet.

READ MORE: Eminem Investigated by Secret Service for Anti-Trump Lyrics

Eminem Investigated by Secret Service for Anti-Trump Lyrics

Eminem and his lawyers received a visit from the Secret Service last year after the agency was contacted by a “concerned citizen.”

According to Buzzfeed, the 47-year-old rapper was visited by the Secret Service because of the controversial lyrics Eminem rapped about President Trump.

If you forgot, Eminem slammed Trump in his freestyle “The Storm,” which he performed during the 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards.

On the track, Eminem called out the president for criticizing NFL players, for his reaction to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, and more.

Then Eminem took aim at Ivanka Trump on his song “Framed” where he raps, “Donald Duck’s on, there’s a Tonka Truck in the yard/ But dog, how the f–k is Ivanka Trump in the trunk of my car?”

And it didn’t end there. On his track “The Ringer,” Eminem continued his attack on Trump, rapping, “‘Cause Agent Orange just sent the Secret Service/ To meet in person to see if I really think of hurtin’ him/ Or ask if I’m linked to terrorists/ I said, ‘Only when it comes to ink and lyricists.’”

It has now been reported that Secret Service agents did visit Eminem and looked into his controversial lyrics after they were contacted by a “concerned citizen.”

According to Buzzfeed, specifics from Eminem and the Secret Service’s conversation were redacted and Eminem‘s case was marked “non-referred” by federal prosecutors, who decided that his lyrics did not pose a threat against Trump‘s safety.

Machine Gun Kelly Addresses Eminem Beef on 'Floor 13' - Read the Lyrics!

Machine Gun Kelly is once again addressing his ongoing feud with Eminem.

The 29-year-old rapper took aim at his beef with Em on the song “Floor 13,” featured on his latest studio album, Diablo.

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I just spent too many minutes watchin’ little videos of s–y wannabe rappers dissing me / I just spent the winter livin’ after someone tried to send a kill shot, missin’ me,” he raps, referring to Eminem‘s diss track, “Killshot.”

He addresses it again in another line: “One legend that tried to f–k with me and then got the venom.”

Social media has been mixed with their reaction to the rehashing of the rapper’s beef. Read the lyrics and listen to “Floor 13″ inside…More Here! »

Logic Recruits an Eminem Body Double in 'Homicide' Video - Watch!

Logic just dropped the music video for his Eminem collaboration “Homicide” – but it’s probably not what you were expecting.

In the video, released on Friday (June 28), Def Jam CEO Paul Rosenberg — who is also Em’s manager — leaves Logic a disappointed voicemail saying he doesn’t think Eminem will make the video. And so, Logic takes matters into his own hands!

In the “video,” Logic is played by The Sandlot star Chauncey Leopardi, while Eminem is played by comedian Chris D’Elia. And then, just wait until the roles reverse!

Watch the music video for “Homicide” inside…

Eminem's Dad Marshall Bruce Mathers Jr Dead at 67

Eminem‘s biological father, Marshall Bruce Mathers Jr., has reportedly passed away from a heart attack at age 67.

TMZ reports that he passed at his home near Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Eminem has rapped about his father in his past songs and admitted to never meeting him in person. He’s mentioned in songs like “My Name Is” and “Cleanin’ Out My Closet.”

Eminem‘s father moved away shortly after his birth to live in California, while Eminem grew up in Detroit, Mich.

He also has expressed that he used to send his dad letters, but they always came back with “return to sender.”

Eminem‘s dad wrote him an open letter in 2001, published in a newspaper.