Eminem has escalated his issues with Mariah Carey courtesy of a scathing new diss directed at the singer and her husband Nick Cannon.
Eminem’s lyrical assault was prompted by the video for Mariah Careys hit single Obsession, which depicts a mentally unstable man mimicking the stalking attributes of the protagonist of Eminems Stan video. The song mocks the individuals obsession, and refers to him as delusional.
Eminems diss, entitled Warning, features him chastising Carey for denying their alleged relationship back in 2001, and threatening to expose pictures and voicemails hes retained since the end of their contact.
Wow Mariah, I didn’t expect her to go balls out/B*tch, shut the f**k up before I put all them phone calls out you made to my house when you was wild n out before Nick/When you was on my dick and give you something to smile about/How many times you fly to my house?/ Still trying to count/Better shut your lying mouth if you don’t want Nick finding out/You probably think cause it’s been so long if I had something on you I would of did it by now/On the contrary Mary Poppins/I’m mixing our studio session down and sending it to mastering to make it loud/Enough dirt on you to murder you..
Later, Eminem takes aim at Nick Cannon, who previously in a blog accused the Detroit emcee of misogyny and racism against black women over his treatment of Carey.
Mariah, it ever occur to you that I still have pictures?/However you prefer to do and goes for you too, Nick, faggot/You think I’m scared of you?/You gonna ruin my career you better get one/Like I’m a sit and fight with you over some slut b*tch cunt who made me put up with her psycho ass over 6 months and only spread her legs to let me hit once/Yeah, what you gonna say?/ I’m lucky?/ Tell the public that I was so ugly that you f**king had to be drunk to f**k me?/Second base? What the f**k you tell Nick, punk?/In the second week we was dry humping. It’s gotta count for something
The feud between Carey and Eminem was reignited earlier this year via the Relapse track Bagpipes from Baghdad, where Eminem refers to Carey as a c*nt, and Nick Cannon a prick for his marriage to a whore.
Before Eminems latest attack, all three parties had made statements seeking to diffuse the situation and claimed the media attention was overblown.
To date, Mariah Carey has denied that her Obsession hit single and video are about Eminem.
At press time, neither party could be reached for comment.