Eminem regrets homophobic slur in diss track to Tyler the Creator
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Eminem‘s “Killshot” might not have phased Machine Gun Kelly, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t killed the charts.

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Eminem had the world anxiously awaiting his response to MGK’s diss track, “Rap Devil,” and according to a report from Billboard, Em’s highly anticipated response had quite the effect in terms of Youtube ratings.

Per the report, Eminem’s diss track slash response to Machine Gun Kelly received a massive 38.1 million views in its first 24 hours, which has made it the biggest hip-hop debut on Youtube.

But that’s not the track’s only huge accomplishment.

It was also cited that Em’s track to MGK is the third biggest overall debut in Youtube’s long history. So while the track may have only been a “legshot” for Machine Gun Kelly, it definitely killed Youtube’s debut history.

If you haven’t heard Eminem’s “Killshot,” you can listen to it below!

This piece of news closely follows MGK post to his Instagram a picture of himself wearing a t-shirt with the “Killshot,” single artwork proudly displayed. Adding fuel to this neverending fire, MGK captioned the series of pictures with the simple caption of: “He missed.”

He also added a familiar hashtag to the post, “#legshot,” which is what we can only assume is the rapper’s way of saying Eminem’s track, “Killshot,” was more of a “legshot” than anything else.

 

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he missed. ????????????‍♂️????????????#legshot #rapdevilstillNUMBERONE #letstalkaboutit ????????????

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