Machine Gun Kelly stopped by “The Breakfast Club” on Thursday September 20th to discuss his six-year-old feud with his former idol, Eminem, In the midst of their ongoing feud. When asked if he thought Em would respond with “Killshot,” he said it should have happened sooner. “He should’ve said it six years ago,” said MGK. “Truth be told, we had handled it behind the scenes six years ago.” In 2012, Kelly said that he spoke with Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg and apologized for the tweet about Eminem’s daughter, Hailie, but couldn’t reach Em directly. He says Eminem never personally called him, despite what he’s been saying. “What Eminem said wasn’t true. He didn’t make a call regarding the daughter situation. That was false,” he said. MGK claims he had another diss ready, but after hearing “Killshot,” he decided not to release it. And as far as a reconciliation with Eminem goes, MGK doesn’t see it happening. Kelly opened up about his feud with G-Eazy, who released his own MGK diss track “Bad Boy” last month.
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