Remy Ma Hits Back At Joe Budden On Behalf Of Eminem Fans Everywhere

New York, NY – Remy Ma has criticized Joe Budden for his failure to respond on-wax to Eminem’s “Fall” diss, a track off Slim Shady’s recently released album Kamikaze.

Remy made the comments during the inaugural episode of Budden’s new REVOLT series State Of The Culture, which premiered on Monday (September 10).

“Is that because he actually dissed you and you have yet to respond yet ‘cause you mad pussy and you’re scared to death and you know he will flame you if you even try it?” Remy asked Budden after he slammed Em’s disses.

Following a brief laugh, Budden responded, “No, Remy. I like rap where people are saying things. That’s all. Machine Gun Kelly, regardless of what you think of his actual skillset, he had a lot to say.”

Ma replied, “No one really gives a fuck about what MGK has to say. We wanna know what are you gonna say?”

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While he hasn’t responded on wax, Budden did offer a scathing retort to Eminem during last week’s episode of his The Joe Budden Podcast.

“I’ve been better than you this entire fucking decade,” he said. “You have not said anything for the better part of a whole fucking decade. You have rhymed a bunch of words.”

State Of The Culture airs every Monday at 5 p.m. PST on REVOLT’s digital platforms.

Watch the debut episode below.



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