The Internet Is In Shambles Over Eminem's Jaw-Dropping Implication About Diddy

The Internet Is In Shambles Over Eminem's Jaw-Dropping Implication About Diddy

“You best tread carefully…”

Published September 14th

While in the middle of a verbal sparring with Machine Gun Kelly, Eminem decided to dig up dirt on Bad Boy founder-turned-industry mogul, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs on his latest diss track, “Killshot.”

Despite the intense 1994-1997 East Coast-West Coast rivalry, it seemed the conspiracy theories about Diddy’s involvement in Tupac’s death were laid to rest in 2017 when Suge Knight seemed to finally admit who killed Tupac. However, that didn’t stop the Detroit emcee from throwing shots at the famed entrepreneur.
 

  1. “But Kells, the day you put out a hit's the day Diddy admits/That he put the hit out that got Pac killed, ah…”

    Yesterday did mark the 22nd anniversary of the California emcee’s tragic death, so the line had everyone racking their brains to figure out how and why did Diddy get thrown into this explosive controversy.

  2. Jay Electronica came out of hiding to issue a warning to the ‘8 Mile’ star. “You best tread carefully, Son,” cautioned Jay. The NOLA rapper-producer claims that Diddy, out of anyone, profited the least from Tupac’s death
  3. Fans were reeling over the punchline, but many chalked it up to nothing more than shock value to settle the score.
  4. Em did clear the air on the outro— “oh, and I'm just playin', Diddy, you know I love you”— but the damage was already done

    Will that be enough to ensure Em stays in Diddy’s good graces? Guess we’ll wait and see.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photos from left: Steve Jennings/Getty Images, Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

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