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Eminem‘s “Killshot,” which takes aim at Machine Gun Kelly, continues to amass great numbers.

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After having the biggest rap debut in YouTube history, “Killshot” entered the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 3.

The track is Em’s 20th top 10 song, arriving behind only Maroon 5 and Cardi B’s “Girls Like You” (which got an amazing Millie Bobby Brown feature a couple days ago) and Drake’s “In My Feelings.”

5 Seconds of Summer‘s “Youngblood” is also making its Hot 100 debut and has become the Australian outfit’s first top 10.

Eminem’s and Machine Gun Kelly’s feud explained

Eminem surprise-released his Kamikaze LP on Aug. 31, taking aim at MGK (among others) in his track “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 that same day and Eminem with the release of “Rap Devil” Sept. 3. Kells performed the track in Eminem’s home state and it later hit No. 1 on iTunes.

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.

On Sept. 21, Kelly dropped his EP Binge after weeks of hints on social media, interviews and even merch, which includes “Loco” (with an insane video featuring Pete Davidson) and of course “Rap Devil.”

Plus, a number of artists have weighed in on the feud, including Halsey, Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody and Iggy Azalea.