Machine Gun Kelly just gave a vague response to Eminem after the latter revived their long-running feud recently.
Last week, Marshall Mathers aka Eminem surprised his fans by releasing his album ‘Music To Be Murdered By – Side B’.
The 16-track LP is a follow up to the rapper’s previous album ‘Music To Be Murdered By’ from earlier this year and features some controversial lyrics pertaining to coronavirus, Rihanna, Mariah Carey, and, unsurprisingly, Machine Gun Kelly, per Alternative Press.
The 48-year-old rapper seemingly reignited the beef with the Ohio rapper Kelly twice across the new album. On ‘Zeus’, he rapped: “Fair weather, wishy-washy/ She thinks Machine washed me/ Swear to God, man, her favorite rapper wish he’d crossed me,” while on ‘Gnat’ he added: “They come at me with machine guns/ Like trying to fight off a gnat,” reports NME.
Now it seems that the feud is continuing, as Machine Gun Kelly has now responded to the new disses in a cryptic tweet.
i’m under your skin 🙃— Blonde Don (@machinegunkelly) December 17, 2020
those subliminals 🤣🚮— Blonde Don (@machinegunkelly) December 18, 2020
He simply wrote, “I’m under your skin” in the first post, followed by a second tweet, “those subliminals” along with a laughing and trash emoji.
Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem have been feuding with each other for a couple of years now.
Earlier this year, the 30-year-old rapper released his new single ‘Bullets With Names’, in which he seemingly brags about having killed Eminem. He also took shots at Slim Shady on his previous tracks including ‘Rap Devil’ on which he referenced Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP2 single ‘Rap God,’ as per NME.