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It’s been a minute since we’ve heard anything regarding the Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly beef that first picked up in August. Outside of MGK firing one final diss in 2018 and Every Time I Die revealing they were accidentally in MGK’s “Rap Devil” video, not much has been said—until now.

MGK might “already be over it,” but it doesn’t look like Eminem is if his statements at an Australia show are any indication.

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For those who need a refresher, MGK and Eminem became embroiled in a bout of back and forth in late August and into September.

Eminem surprise-released his Kamikaze LP Aug. 31, taking aim at MGK (among others) in “Not Alike” where he brings up comments the former made about his daughter in 2012.

G-Eazy chimed in almost immediately after Em with “Bad Boy” in what was assumed to be a response to MGK’s Funk Flex freestyle earlier that week.

MGK responded to G-Eazy on social media Aug. 31 and Eminem later with the release of “Rap Devil” Sept. 3.

After teasing he was back in the studio and declaring he ”want[s] to destroy him,” Eminem most recently fired back with “Killshot” on Sept. 14. The track ended up having the biggest rap debut in YouTube history and premiered No. 3 on Billboard.

While Kells performed his “Rap Devil” in Eminem’s home state, it looks like Eminem is not down to do the same with his own “Killshot.”

Em was performing Wednesday night at Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre in Brisbane, Australia. The rapper returned to the stage to close out the evening with mega-hit “Lose Yourself.”

Following the track, the crowd began chanting for Eminem to deliver his “Killshot” to which he refused and in turn took another shot at MGK.

“I would, but I can’t give that cocksucker any more fucking light. Brisbane, did you all enjoy your-fucking-selves tonight? Brisbane, thank you for everything—for making this feel like family. Ya’ll are family, and we love you. Brisbane, make it home safe. Make some noise for your-fucking-selves and make nothing for MGK.”

The song concludes around 9:35 where you can hear the crowd begin to chant. Check out the entire clip below.

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