Nick Cannon accuses Eminem of getting facelifts on a new Diss track


The war between Nick cannon and Eminem keep going

The 39-year-old television star has released another diss song directed at the 47-year-old rapper.

Canyon partnered with The black squad& # 39; s Charlie Clips, Hitman holla, Conceited and Prince Eazy for the song The song, called "Pray for Him," debuted on World Star Hip Hop on Tuesday.

As in the last song, the song cast shadow on Eminem. For example, there is a verse that takes a picture at your age.

"Look, that double sense, a little heavy / Damn, Em / What? Do you like five minutes of 70? Oops! I meant 47 / Send it to hell if you're bored of heaven / Strappin & # 39; the dynamite / Word to Florida Evans, "Charlie Clips rapped.

There is also a line that accuses Eminem of trying to intimidate other celebrities.

"Black Squad, you won't bond with them / Look, you tried to intimidate Pink and them/Britney Spears and & # 39; N SYNC and they / And I got the beefin & # 39; with You're the boss with the cops behind you / And in all the shows since & # 39; 04, you've had the SWAT behind you, "Hitman Holla hit.

At one point in the song, Cannon got into politics.

"You used to be in a position to talk to the children and they listened / Are you now a politician? / You voted for Trump, bitch, admit it," he rapped.

He also said: "You are getting facelifts like an Instagram whore."

To listen to the complete song, watch the video below.

Cannon released a separate diss song called "The Invitation,quot; earlier this week. The songs came after Eminem rapped on Cannon and Mariah Carey in Fat Joe & # 39; s song "Lord Above,quot;.

"I know that Mariah and I didn't finish on a high note / But that other guy whipped him, that made him castrate," Eminem rapped. "I tried to tell him that this girl is crazy before they cut her jewels / I almost got kicked by the tail van / Silly, quit / You're not going to do anything – / I let me cut my balls too before I lose with you, Nick."

Cannon also invited Eminem to appear on his show Wild & # 39; N Out.

Cannon and Eminem's drama goes back. For a summary, check out the gallery.

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