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Benzino didn’t waste any time and responded to Eminem‘s diss track “Doomsday Pt. 2.”

The former The Source owner dropped his track “Vulturius” on Sunday (January 28), which finds the Boston rapper going in over Jay-Z’s “Where I’m From.”

On the track, he mocks Slim Shady’s drug overdose and the death of his late friend Proof.

 “Candy-ass Eminem, b*tch-ass feminine/ Mad he lack melanin, all Valium’d up again/ Awe sh*t, here we go, Benzino vs. Jim Crow/ Know a custy when I see one, how many times you overdose?” Benzino rapped.

“You a punk, plan my funeral? Please, you shoot who?/ Square ain’t even go circle the block for Proof/ And the truth, my daughter had a life that I never had/ I’m probably more Boston George than America’s Dad/ But I provide it, food, clothes, gifts kept you excited/ Now you let the industry really lynch, keep us divided.”


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On Friday (January 26), fans tuned in to Cole Bennett’s Lyrical Lemonade compilation album “All Is Yellow” for Eminem’s new track “Doomsday Pt. 2.” On the song, the Detroit wordsmith disses his longtime arch-nemesis by making fun of his appearance

“Now I got a riddle (What?), one condition, you mustn’t laugh (OK)/What is the opposite of Benzino? (Uh, what?)/A giraffe (Haha),” Slim Shady raps on the song. “Go at his neck, how the f**k is that? (Yeah)/How can I go at somethin’ he doesn’t have? (Haha)/Arm so short he can’t even touch his hands/When they’re up above his head doin’ jumpin’ jacks (Wow).”

Em continued by arguing that Benzino is broke and lives in motels.

“Well, I guess then I regret to inform you, hate to spoil the day (What?)/But this doesn’t bring me no joy to say (Huh?)/Guess that Coi Leray feat’s in the toilet, aye? (Goddamn).”

This is the latest chapter in Benzino and Eminem’s long-running feud. It began in 2002 when The Source gave Marshall Mathers’ LP “The Eminem Show” four mics out of five. The “Lose Yourself” rapper felt the ranking was unfair, and Benzino doubled-down by not promoting any of his work after the fact and releasing diss tracks aimed at the “8 Mile” actor.

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