and I am not impressed.
Again, it involves Eminem and his former collaborator and friend Royce da 5.9.
Apparently, Royce called Eminem a “white cracker”. While Eminem doesn’t seem to have reacted (or maybe he is preparing a diss), new Shady Records member Ca$his called Royce out.
I am pretty sure I will make some new enemies by stating this, but Ca$his should stop running his mouth and stay out of this.
Eminem has proven to be a good disser, a battle rapper, an astute wordsmith. If you actually followed the long term beef that opposed Eminem to Benzino since 2003, you would perfectly know that Eminem is big enough as an emcee to handle his own beefs without the intervention of some average emcee, no matter if he is signed to Shady Records or not.
Readers of my blog, you all know that I respect Royce as an emcee, regardless of whatever opposed him to Eminem or D12. Royce is a lyrical master. So is Em.
So let the great handle their own battles of words! Ca$his has not yet managed to prove me that he is an outstanding lyrical genius.
On a side note, I’d like to share the comment from one of my my space readers (Kevin), who happens to be an emcee too:
“It was not a diss!The line was paraphrasing “ask me who the best rapper” “Like askin Slim Shady whos the best cracker…Straighten ya face up that aint a diss” he says it aint a diss.The line apparently went over Ca$his’ head.Im a white Emcee thats a compliment.Its cool I hope it gives Royce some new material he would beast ca$ no problem.Ca$his doesnt have the lyrical arsenal to comeback from anything Royce does.”
Which tends to prove that Ca$his slightly missed the point.
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