Snoop Dogg breaks silence and reveals details about rivalry with Eminem that he can't hide!

Snoop Dogg breaks silence and reveals details about rivalry with Eminem that he can't hide!

Although the clashes between Snoop Dogg and Eminem arose more than a decade ago, the subject of their alleged bad relationship is more topical than ever because both have recently spoken about it.

The rivalry between Snoop Dogg and Eminem has been one of the most talked-about in the rap world for a while now. Thus, the author of "Black and Yellow" decided to put an end to that dispute: the musician spoke about it during his time on the television show Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

The fact is that there was a clash of egos at the beginning of Eminem's career, and since then we have not been able to enjoy any song of them together, only 'Bitch Please 2' from the album 'The Marshall Mathers LP2'.

The public feud between the two began in July 2020 when Snopp explained why he did not include the Detroit rapper on his list of 10 greatest rappers of all time. Soon after, Eminem made reference to this fact in the lyrics of "Zeus", a song that appeared on the deluxe edition of his album Music To Be Murdered By.

In a verse to that song, Eminem mentions: "As for squashing meat, I'm used to people hitting me. But not in my field / And diplomatic as I try to be / The last thing I need is Snoop chasing me / Dogg, you were like a goddamn god to me / Meh, not really (haha) / I had read 'Dogg' backward. "

But what has returned the issue to the current press have been the words of Snoop Dogg in which he assured that "Eminem was not among his Top 10 rappers" and that he could live perfectly without his music. So his "enemy" mentioned him in the song "Zeus" from "Music To Be Murdered By-Side B" to further fuel the situation.

In spite of everything, Snoop Dogg wanted to clarify a few days ago that “everything was fine between them”, but he wanted to point out some other details in his last interview with Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Life”, where he said that “they were still being friends".
Facing questions from the public, the West Coast rapper wanted to make it clear that "he does not want things to be magnified" and that what they have said "are family matters" because their relationship remains on good terms and they are respected.

These statements are just what we needed to hear, as we are of those who think that unity is strength and we are very much looking forward to them working together again. We are facing the last chapter of a story that has been capturing our attention for many years, and we hope that the bad vibes between Eminem and Snoop Dogg will stay here.


Constanza De Sousa

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