However, Eminem insists that he's not interested in the "Bad Things" hitmaker's career, whilst adding fuel to the fire by saying there are "better" rappers out there than him.
"I realize now - and I realized when I said it, but I wasn't in the mind frame of". "Because in my quest to hurt him, I realize that I was hurting a lot of other people by saying it". "But in the midst of everything else that was going on in this album and the things that it took to pull this album together, it was one of the things that I kept going back to going, I don't feel right with this". You think I actually fucking think about you? "Had enough of this tatted up mumble rapper / How the fuck can him and I battle?" The young rapper then responded with the diss track "Rap Devil". "He's got some good lines in it".
During the third instalment of the interview which was posted on YouTube on Thursday Sway asks - around the seven minute mark - if a lyric featured on a song called The Ringer (featured on the album) is based on a real incident. Mostly, clowned Eminem for being old and out-of-touch.More news: Hurricane Florence Reduces Its Intensity But Not Its Destructive Power
"I know [with] a lot of this shit, I can come across being very petty, but at a certain point in time, someone has their breaking point", Em told Sway.
He continued: "So I click on it. he starts doing a press run, basically, about Hailie".
"So, that's not why I dissed him".More news: President Trump 'cancels' November trip to Ireland
Eminem is already back in the studio after MGK released his diss track "Rap Devil" in response to "Not Alike".
Many people believed Eminem had gone after MGK because of comments the OH rapper made about his daughter Hailie, but now Eminem has cleared up any confusion and explained exactly why he dropped the diss. Now, now I'm in this fucking weird thing because I'm like I gotta answer this motherfucker.More news: Hurricane Helene ‘THREAT TO LIFE’ warning - United Kingdom to be hit on MONDAY