50 Cent isn’t shy about voicing his opinion — ever. So, following the news that Eminem’s “Killshot” diss track set a YouTube record, he took to Instagram to weigh in on the matter.
Specifically, the Power exec placed blame on Machine Gun Kelly — Em’s intended target — and suggested the entire Hip Hop culture is suffering because of Slim Shady’s beef with the “Rap Devil” rapper.
“Man do you see this shit,” he wrote in the caption. “Think about it the Biggest hip hop song on youtube. now everybody gotta take a L because of MGK. what the fuck, we didn’t have anything to do with this shit. Damn, how many times yal was playing that shit. LOL get the strap.”
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👀Man do you see this shit,Think about it the Biggest hip hop song on you tube 🤨now everybody gotta take a L because of MGK😠what the fuck, we didn’t have anything to do with this shit Damn 😡, how many times yal was playing that shit. 😤LOL get the strap #lecheminduroi
Em’s “Killshot” arrived on September 14, nearly two weeks after MGK dropped “Rap Devil.” In the track’s first 24 hours on YouTube, “Killshot” racked up 38.1 million views, Consequently, it marked YouTube’s biggest Hip Hop video debut and its third biggest overall debut in the platform’s history.
“Killshot” currently sits at over 84 million views.
Revisit the track below.