(AllHipHop News) Joe Budden made it known he was not a fan of the roll-out for Eminem's 2017 album Revival. After a back-and-forth with his Slaughterhouse partner Royce da 5'9", Budden even claimed Em's Shady Records never assisted his career.
"I don't think anybody at a major label helped me, ever," said the podcast host. "That has not changed from '01 to now. How Joe Budden feels about major labels is well documented. I feel like they have all done nothing but robbed me and appropriate some great creative sh*t."
Many listeners believe Eminem responded to Budden on "Chloraseptic (Remix)." However, the Detroit rapper made it clear on his new album Kamikaze.
"Somebody tell Budden before I snap. He better fasten it or have his body bag get zipped. The closest thing he’s had to hits is smacking b*tches," spit Em on "Fall."
Eminem then fired at Joe's onetime Everyday Struggle co-host, "And don’t make me have to give it back to Akademiks. Say this sh*t is trash again, I’ll have you twisted like you had it."
Eminem fired back on Kamikaze, "Tyler create nothing, I see why you called yourself a b*tch. It’s not just ’cause you lack attention. It’s because you worship D12’s balls, you’re sacrilegious. If you’re gonna critique me, you better at least be as good or better. Get Earl the hooded sweater, whatever his name is, to help you put together some words, more than just two letters."
Drake was credited on "Fall" for being an influence on today's rappers, but the OVO leader received some subliminal bars from Slim Shady too. Eminem rapped on the title song, “Put me on a track, I go cray on it like a color book. You got some views, but you’re still below me. Mine are higher so when you compare our views you get overlooked. And I don’t say a hook unless I wrote the hook."
In addition, the 45-year-old superstar used his latest LP to call out Lord Jamar, Machine Gun Kelly, Lil Yachty, Lil Pump, Lil Xan, Charlamagne Tha God, and more. The Grammy winner warned he's willing to bring it to anyone, but Em did shout out Royce, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Joyner Lucas, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Big Sean, Hopsin, Logic, and others.