The beef between Eminem and Nick Cannon has been going on for years and just when we thought it was finally done, Slim Shady threw a jab on Fat Joe’s “Lord Above” track. Cannon has since responded and on Twitter, fans are paying their respects early as a hashtag, #ripnickcannon, has cropped up.
Nick Cannon is very much alive and well, but fans believe that his musical career and its lifespan is in jeopardy after Em’s verse prompted a response in the form of the “The Invitation,” a literal invitation in song form for a winner-takes-all battle between the pair that featured Suge Knight in a vocal cameo.
So far, it doesn’t look good for Cannon as fans believe he’s in over his head on this one. Based on Em’s recent and aforementioned feature, Cannon has his hands full for sure but he seems to be prepared for the smoke.
Check out all the reactions to the #ripnickcannon hashtag below.
I actually thought Nick Cannon died, y’all do too much #ripnickcannon— Guy (@guy_caldwell3) December 10, 2019
Dawg #RipNickCannon is the #1 Trend in the United States and they started a GoFund for his funeral💀💀💀 I thought something really happened to dude then I realize its just Eminem Fans 😂 pic.twitter.com/8WmmgbsyuS— Vada_Fly (@Vada_Fly) December 10, 2019
the one Eminem line that will ALWAYS stay relevant no matter what is:— Shady Times (@ShadyTimes) December 10, 2019
"You mention me, millions of views, attention in news,
I mention you, lose-lose for me, win-win for you
Billions of views, your ten cents are two"#ripnickcannon #TheRinger pic.twitter.com/kpqOxyDSlv
I literally don't even think Eminem needs to reply... twitter is literally doing it for him #ripnickcannon— Shawn b. (@sbravensfan118) December 10, 2019