In a strange turn of events, Aaron Carter has weighed in on the beef between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly and also challenged MGK to a freestyle. 

In case you forgot, last year MGK dropped his diss track “Rap Devil” after Eminem dropped his album Kamikaze that shaded the rapper. 

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MGK’s “Rap Devil” resulted in Eminem responding with a diss track of his own titled “Killshot.” The tracks lead to a very heated debate amongst fans over who actually won. You can listen to both below. 

Now, more than a year after all of that, Carter has brought up the feud and claims that he is a better rapper than Machine Gun Kelly. 

It started when he went on Instagram live to talk about how he was going to “come for” MGK. 

“I love him MGK, I think he’s great, but I’m better,” he said. 

MGK quote-tweeted the clip of the live and said “this is amazing.” 

Then, Carter quote-tweeted one of MGK’s tweeted about bringing his friends in Cleveland platinum plaques for his song “Till I Die.” Carter wrote that he had “so much love” and congratulated the rapper on the achievement. However, he also said he would “still rip (him) apart in a freestyle.”

Then, Carter brought up the aforementioned feud and took MGK’s side in it all.

So who knows if this means we’ll get a Machine Gun Kelly and Aaron Carter rap battle in the future, but we’ll just have to wait and see.

MGK recently reflected on “Rap Devil” on its one-year anniversary by sharing a Facebook quote that states “Rap Devil was better.”

“it’s the ‘Rap Devil’ one year anniversary today…tell it happy birthday,” the rapper writes in the Instagram caption.


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During his interview with Everyday Struggle podcast, MGK was asked what it would take in order for the two to reconcile and gain closure, to which he replied:

“Put us on a track, see who comes harder.”

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