AceShowbiz - Eminem made headlines after the original version of his verse of The Machine's “Bang” from 2019 emerged. In the leaked track, he could be heard spitting bars against Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' media company Revolt as well as rapper/TV host Joe Budden.
"Shout to Puffy Combs/ but f**k Revolt," so Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, raps. "Y'all are like a f***ed up remote/ Now I get it why our button's broke/ 'Cause you pressing him but do nothing though, especially when it comes to punches throne."
Em later touched on Joe's infamous incident with Migos rapper's Quavo, Offset and Takeoff at the 2017 BET Awards. "Tell this journalist stick to the stuff he knows, like always running, from Migos," Slim Shady continues to rap.
Revolt caught wind the diss track and didn't mince its words in their response. Taking to its official Instagram account, the company fires back at the Detroit rapper. "F**k you too Eminem," it said, before writing in the caption, "Back to our regularly scheduled program."
The response, however, got mixed reactions from its followers. "this is supposed to be a neutral news provider hahaha . the white boy got yall out your professionalism hahahhaha," one criticized. "This is too Corny," another fan wrote with one other simply adding, "Unfollow."
"Lmao oh y'all mad mad," another user added, while someone else brought Nick Cannon, who is beefing with Em, in the mix. "Maybe you guys should have nick cannon on !! Heard he gots bars," the person suggested.
Joe, who serves as the host of "State of the Culture" on Revolt, meanwhile, has yet to publicly comment on the shade. However, not long after Revolt responded to Eminem, Joe wrote on Twitter, "Joe loves everybody!" It remains to be seen whether it was really directed as Eminem or not.