Joe Budden apparently wants to let Eminem out.
After delivering his surprise album Music to Be Murdered last week, fans started to point out all the perceived chips. Shady’s line in ‘ I will ‘, in which he was raped, was a few among the jabs. ‘ Yes, your group was off the chain, but you were the weakest link. ‘
Some people suspected that the lyrics were directed at Budden, as he was the only member of Slaughterhouse that did not appear on the track. Budden is, however, convinced that the ‘ weakest link ‘ line has actually been intended for the fire Nubic member Lord Jamar.
“The Em line in that song, when he tore the Polish from Lord Jamar on an old group swing, and then lead it to” your group is off the chain, but you are the weakest link “, ” He said during the latest version aflevering of The Joe Budden Podcast. ‘ In a song with [three-Fourth of] Slaughterhouse, I could see how it looked about Joe. Joe says it wasn’t. Joe thinks it is about Lord Jamar, as you listen to the eight beams that come before it. You’re pulling out your sustains.
But Budden admits that he has not come out completely boldly. He then pointed on the Anderson. Paak supported clip ‘ Lock It Up ‘, which contains the lyrics, ‘ Tryna Save at Croger/So Why would I give a fuck about Backtables bin ‘ Trader Joe for? ‘
‘ It’s offensive, man. Trader Joe? I am Joe. You say my Joe is a traitor? ‘ Ask Budden lamorning. He then started talking about their previous disputes about everything, from Budden’s criticism of revival to his diss on Kamikaze to their business disagreements while Slaughterhouse was signed to Shady Records.
‘… In the same way I feel as if he should stop disappearing Lord Jamar, he must stop disciplinmy discipline, ‘ said Budden. ‘ Hey, whatever we had, that exchange, when you did all the videos (Em’s 2018 meeting with Sway)… And when I said what I said on the pod, it was a moment in time, we took our exchange, and it’s over. “
He continued: “In 2020 I can not have negativity towards, not just one of the best rappers, but also someone for whom I am not angry. That’s what I have to stop doing. I’m not angry at the people I come through. In and kill… There is no hostility to it. ‘
Budden addressed the word play of the merchant/traitor of Eminem and argued that the term did not apply to him.
‘ Everyone should do what’s best for them. Everyone must move as they find good… The word ‘ traitor ‘ is just a little misleading, ‘ he explains. “I have no beef with Em, I have no problem with Em. I was very consistent in my message. The only problem or problem I had was how our undertaking was established. The end. Does it make me a bad guy? If you have a other perspective on how the undertaking should go, or how we should be treated, or how we should be handled, especially if it is our shit? We then fought for it. I don’t think it would have to make me, like a traitor. ‘
You can hear Budden comments about the ‘ Lock It Up ‘ diss above.