Benzino Addresses Eminem's Diss in 'Doomsday Pt. 2' During Candid Chat on No Jumper Podcast
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As hip-hop evolves, yes, the greatest rapper of all time can be white, because hip-hop is evolving and all races are putting effort in it. As far as Dr. Umar, I see where he’s coming from but then the argument is basketball and how can Michael Jordan be the best basketball player but the thing is, hip-hop has been so personal to black people’s lives, other than just being a music…Everybody can have their favorites but he don’t cheer like that for nobody else. I think Dr. Umar like me just gets tired of this s–t, like bro, relax, okay, he’s good. Em can rap. I always say this. Eminem raps in certain way. He puts out a certain type of music. It’s really his own lane of music. But because that’s not my lane don’t get mad at me. I think Eminem fans take it so personal that they are like ‘he’s the greatest!’ Okay! He’s the greatest to you. That’s cool. To me he’s not.
As the conversation delved deeper, Benzino admitted that his past clashes with Eminem were not solely about music but intertwined with personal issues and the polarized atmosphere of hip-hop beef. Reflecting on his own missteps, he acknowledged the mistake of involving The Source in his personal grievances.
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Expressing a desire for a more profound connection beyond the beef, Benzino expressed the wish to sit down with Eminem for a conversation about hip-hop. He envisioned an epic dialogue that transcends their personal history and delves into the essence of the genre they both hold dear.
I would love one day. Before I go and before he goes, for us to sit down and just have conversation about hip-hop. That would be so epic to me because with us, it’s bigger than hip-hop. A lot of times it’d be Eminem fans, it don’t even be him, it’s his fans that make you…Most of the s–t I’ve said on the internet is probably because of his fans, not even him. Cause he does not even speak on s–t. He barely does.