It looks like Eminem and REVOLT TV are not fans of each other right now.
Every day we wake up to the news that yet another celebrity is ‘cancelled’ on social media following controversial remarks or past behaviour.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen Glee star Lea Michele getting ‘cancelled’ after co-star Sammie Ware called her out for bullying, while Jimmy Fallon was condemned for his use of blackface on SNL.
While Eminem hasn’t been ‘officially cancelled’ by social media users, Twitter has flooded with posts about his recent beef with REVOLT TV.
So, what exactly happened between the rapper and the cable network?
Eminem and REVOLT TV’s beef explained
It seems like the beef started after the leak of Conway’s song ‘Bang’ which features Eminem.
The leaked version, which fans can hear on the YouTube channel of ePro Team: Support for Eminem & Shady Records, includes Eminem’s never-heard verse on the song.
Em raps in the song: “Yeah, shout to Puffy Combs, but f**k Revolt/Y’all are like a f***ed up remote, now I get it why our button’s broke/Especially when it comes to punch this throne/Wasted tissue, tell this journalist stick to the stuffy nose/Like always running, from Migos.”
The last bit refers to Joe Budden who is a former rapper and host at REVOLT TV.
REVOLT TV responds
It’s safe to say that REVOLT TV didn’t waste time in responding back after Eminem’s leaked version of ‘Bang’.
Taking to Twitter, the cable network tweeted: “F**k you too @Eminem.”
In an Instagram post, REVOLT TV wrote the same message, followed by a caption: “Now back to our movement.”
What happened between Eminem and Joe Budden?
The two reportedly had a better relationship in the past as Joe was part of the hip-hop group Slaughterhouse which was signed on Eminem’s label Shady Records.
However, it seems like the beef between the two started after the album ‘House Rules’. At the time, Joe took the role of a commentator and became well-known for sharing his candid views on the hip-hop culture.
Joe hasn’t responded at the time of writing, though he tweeted “Joe loves everybody!” shortly after REVOLT TV’s tweet.