Eminem and Mariah Carey beef explored as TikTok becomes aware of diss track

Prerna Nambiar

Eminem and Mariah Carey’s beef is being revisited on TikTok as some people are just now finding out that the singers made diss tracks for each other.

The music industry has witnessed several diss tracks but it looks like TikTok was not aware of the beef between Mariah Carey and Eminem.

People are just now finding out that they wrote a diss track for each other. Luckily for you, we have got all the tea!

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Eminem and Mariah Carey beef explored

Mariah and Eminem have had their fair share of controversies such as the singer was accused of lip-syncing her Christmas song in 2022 while the rapper was called out by The Game.

Nonetheless, the tension between the two singers stands out as it all started when Eminem claimed in his song Superman that he dated Mariah for six months.

However, Mariah was quick to deny these rumors. Following this, Eminem released another song and this time also included Mariah’s now ex-husband, Nick Cannon.

On his track Bagpipes From Bagdad, Eminem again claimed that he dated the singer. This prompted Mariah to release her own song called Obsessed which was aimed to be a response to the rap God’s previous songs.

In her song, Mariah showed a stalker in a hoodie which everyone thought was meant to be Eminem. In response to this, he released The Warning as a reply to the video.

At that time, Nick ended up responding to Eminem as Mariah took a seat aside.

Feud continues with Nick Cannon

While Mariah and Eminem did not have any more exchanges, it was not the same for Nick.

He said at that time: “A mediocre (at best) Eminem record that sounds like it was written in 2001. At first, I thought it was old material that had been dug up from when dude ‘fantasized’ about having a pretend fling with Mariah. But all of a sudden I hear my name in the verse! My first reaction was like, ‘This is his new sh–? Wow, that’s too bad. I thought we got past the days where white men could spew vulgar obscenities at our beautiful queens and get away with it.”

Eminem eventually responded to this and stated: “With the song ‘Bagpipes From Baghdad,’ I kinda spazzed out on that record, but I guess I spazzed out on every record. There’s a line on there that was a little harsh. It’s a harsh line. But it’s like this, the way I look at it I had no idea he was gonna take it like he took it. I had no idea Nick Cannon was gonna start wildin’ out on me. No pun intended.”

He also stated that he wished the couple the best.

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TikTok finds out about the diss track

Some users on TikTok are just now finding out about the diss track due to which the feud resurfaced.

One user wrote: “Who in the world knows who’s telling the truth.” Another added: “How did she think it was a good idea?”

“The song is good, but she never should have come for him,” another wrote.

“Never diss Eminem because he will get paid while totally putting you in check,” noted one more. “I want to apologize to Eminem and the song ain’t about me,” expressed another.

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