Benzino Claims He Will Go Down In History As “The Eminem Slayer”

Hip Hop

Benzino retained his ill will for Eminem despite crying over their beef on an episode of Drink Champs. Benzino lambasted Eminem when asked about the emotional breakdown in an interview with the Art of Dialogue.

“’Rap Elvis’ already destroyed him,” Benzino said. “I already killed him with ‘Rap Elvis.’ Where’s he at? Where’s the response? I want to battle him face-to-face. I think he’s overrated. I think he sucks as a rapper. And it’s f### anybody that’s with him. I bombed on him. I’m gonna continue to bomb on him. I’m gonna continue to expose him. At the end of the day, people are waking up to his b#######.”

He continued, “I’m going to go down in history as the Eminem slayer. But right now, it’s f### Eminem. I stand on everything I said. I stand on everything I’ve been saying. And ‘Rap Elvis’ destroyed him. I’m still waiting on the response. If he don’t, I’m gonna drop another one.”

Benzino often argued with Eminem’s fans on social media, yet the former co-owner of The Source minimized their trolling in his latest interview.

“As far as Eminem’s fans, they the softest, most cuddly Hip-Hop fans out there,” he said. “They ain’t no threat. Who they a threat to? Teddy bears.”

Benzino did not regret crying during the Eminem conversation on Drink Champs. He told the Art of Dialogue it was healthy for him to cry.

“I’ve cried before, s###,” he said. “I got no problem crying. I need to cry because it helps from probably not hurting somebody. It probably helps me from not hurting myself or people around me.”

Earlier this month, a drunken Benzino said he had “nothing against Eminem” on Drink Champs while breaking down in tears. Their feud, which started more than two decades ago, bubbled up again when they exchanged diss tracks in January.

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