Machine Gun Kelly throws shade at Eminem in a new Collab with Tee Grizzley
Machine Gun Kelly seems to be sending messages towards Eminem in a recent collaboration with Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley.
Just yesterday, Tee Grizzley, the multiplatinum rapper known for his vivid storytelling, dropped his highly anticipated album, "Tee’s Coney Island," now available through Grizzley Gang/300 Entertainment. This 16-track release is a return to Tee’s musical origins, drawing inspiration from his hometown and paying homage to the legendary Detroit diner, Coney Island.
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One notable track on the album is "The Sopranos," featuring none other than Machine Gun Kelly. The music video was filmed right in the heart of Detroit. In this song, MGK lays down the lines:
“I know I can stop the violence, though, but I ain’t sayin’ s–t I like revenge, I’m in Detroit, and you know what the f–k I meant, ho” It's sparked speculation among fans that the final line may be a subtle reference to Eminem.