Eminem talks Joe Budden, Slaughterhouse, MGK & “Rap Devil” in the interview w/ Sway (Part 2)

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Eminem has just released the second part of his Kamikaze interview with Sway.

 

On Joe Budden: 

“Me and Joe Budden aren’t friends. We didn’t go in same fucking hight- school so I get that part but when I’m out here, flying around different places and doing interviews, trying to use my platform to pop up Slaughterhouse every chance I get and you using your fucking platform to fucking trash me. You got a voice in hip-hop so you actually could be affecting to the shit. You don’t owe me nothing but I never got in a fucking interview and be like ‘Joe Budden’ shit is fucking trash, the last album he put out is fucking trash.'”

 

On Slaughterhouse: 

“Where we had left it, about two years ago, was everybody came in and some of the guys picked beats, some of them didn’t like it but the other beats. There was definitely enough songs to put the album out but for the most part it wasn’t a complete picture because everybody wasn’t on the same page of what their favorite songs were. So I thought, we go back, re-group, and make few more songs. So couple of moths go by and Joe said ‘Slaughterhouse ain’t hot right now’ we need a buzz, we have to put out a mixtape. From that point, everybody started branching. Royce did his album, PRhyme and I thought they were just happy with that. Our first album “Welcome: to Our House,” people literary trashed it. It was huge fucking backlash…so I decided not to touch that album, like I didn’t want to add my production..next thing I heard Joe talking about ‘who got the money,’ but who got WHAT MONEY? I hate to say this cause these guys are super fucking talented but the album didn’t do much to even recoup the first budget. Then we spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on the second album that never came out, WHAT MONEY didn’t you get? I don’t know if I made a fucking dime off Slaughterhouse. I don’t care if I made nothing. I believed in them and I wanted them to be huge. I wanted a group such a lyrical to fucking bust through everything. And it definitely hurt my feeling when the album didn’t do well. Slaughterhouse is the best rap group that ever happened.”

 

On Machine Gun Kelly: 

“The thing he was saying about my daughter, I didn’t even know about that until literally a year and half later and then one day, you know you go down the fucking wormhole the YouTube or whatever and I see Machine Gunn Kelly talks about Eminem’s daughter. I clicked on it and then he starts doing a press run basically about Hailie and I’m like ‘What the fuck?! my man better chill” That’s not why I dissed him. The reason I dissed him is actually lot more petty than that. The reason I dissed him because, first he said “I’m greatest rapper alive cause my favorite rapper banned me from Shade 45″ or whatever he said like I’m trying to hinder his career but I don’t give a fuck about your career. You think I actually think about you? You know how many fucking rappers are better than you? You are not even fucking conversation. I don’t care if you blow or you don’t blow. That doesn’t matter to me. But then you get on Tech N9ne’s album and you start sending shots and people start hitting up ‘yo, Machine Gun Kelly just dissed you, he dissed you” and somebody sends me screenshot of his tweet: “Something had to get off my chest: You just rap you’re not God. I was like ‘shut the fuck up’ and now I felt like ‘I gotta answer this motherfucker.’ I’m like ‘I wanna destroy him but I don’t wanna make him bigger. Because now, you’re fucking enemy.”

 

On “Rap Devil” 

“I heard it, it’s not bad for him. He had some good lines in it. But Diddy line was bullshit.”

 

Watch the full interview below:

 

If you missed first part, here you go: