On Eminem’s ShadyXV track “Fine Line” he shouts out his friend and fellow rapper Young Zee for always showing him love and acceptance, but Zee felt some kind of way.
On “Fine Line” Em raps, “Put a thousands lighters in the sky for the Outsidaz….Zee, you always supported me / You vouched/I will never forget that and / How you guys accepted me for me and Pace / I love you too, you slept on my couch.”
Young Zee responded with a track of his own, but instead of showing gratitude the New Jersey rep called his friend out on a song called “Dear Shady” for not adding him to Slaughterhouse and not being there when he needed him the most.
“Let me ask you / Why you ain’t come to my avenue / When you grabbed dudes for your rap crew / I paid mad dues,” he spits.
The Outsidaz rep went on to question Eminem’s whereabouts when times got rough.
“Anyhow, my house burnt down/ I’m in Jersey now / You ain’t care, you ain’t even come around / I got locked up for selling quarter pounds down Bordentown / You could have looked out/you could have came and bailed me out,” he rhymed.
At the end of the track though, Zee decides to let bygones be bygones.
“And since you laid on my floor like you said before/You’re welcome to come still knock on my door.”
Listen to ‘Fine Line and “Dear Shady” below.