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The Game recently released his album Drillmatic, which includes a 10-minute diss track named “The Black Slim Shady” addressed at Eminem.
He called out Eminem, Dr. Dre, and 50 Cent in the diss, saying Eminem was “pretending to be the white Royce Da 5’9.” Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade, who was also addressed in the diss, has now responded on social media.
Hailie Jade stated on Twitter, “If you have to write a song 10 minutes long about someone you ‘dislike,’ it’s giving obsession.” “My dad is so renowned that people have to criticize him in their songs only to garner an audience because they know they would fail without the attention,” she stated. Hailie Jade has yet to be addressed by The Game.
We must be truthful with The Game. This was a mediocre diss track.
On the epic 10-minute diss track “The Black Slim Shady,” The Game has a lot on his mind. And, as you might expect from the title of the Hit-Boy-produced tune off Game’s new album, Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind, the majority of his thoughts appear to be Marshall Mathers-related.
The Compton MC is relentless on the track, which uses an Uber driver skit as the backdrop for a drive around Detroit that takes the pair “somewhere near 8 Mile,” with Game discovering that the man behind the wheel is none other than the brother of “Stan,” who famously dies on Eminem’s classic 2000 obsessed-fan saga “Stan.”
At the time of publication, it did not appear that Eminem had responded to the song.
He hasn’t responded since he doesn’t see the point.