Benzino Claims Eminem Got Roasted in Their Recent Rap Battle
I ate his a*s up. I cooked him, Back in the day, he cooked me. It's all good. But what you Stans are not gonna do, what you Saltines ain't gonna do, is try to come in here and be like I didn't affect him. Stop it. Because that shows that y'all ain't real hip-hop fans. That shows that y'all are biased and probably halfway racists.
Addressing fans, Benzino urged unbiased recognition of his efforts, stating:
If it's dope, s**t, give it up. Just like my people give it up to him. Stop being racist White people. If it's dope and I ripped him, say it.
Benzino Thinks He Won This Round in His Recent Beef With Eminem:
As the saga unfolds, it remains to be seen how Eminem and his fanbase will respond to Benzino's claims of victory and his message to "Black Stans."
Benzino's Message to Eminem's “Black Stans” Claiming He Cooked Their Rap God Eminem:
Benzino Sends a Message to “Black Stans” Affirming He Cooked Their Rap God Eminem 🤔‼️ pic.twitter.com/Jk1g3rK5nx— WhatsOnRap (@WhatsOnRap_) February 2, 2024
The longstanding feud between Benzino and Eminem spans two decades, originating during Benzino's tenure as the owner of The Source magazine. The latest exchange intensified when Eminem dropped the diss track "Doomsday Pt 2" on Jan. 26, targeting Benzino and his daughter, Coi Leray.
In swift retaliation, Benzino released back-to-back diss songs, "Vulturius" and "Rap Elvis," within 48 hours of each other. The rap community continues to watch the drama unfold, adding another chapter to the longstanding rivalry between these two hip-hop figures.