Benzino Accuses Joe Budden of Being on Eminem’s Dick, Dreams Of Having Conversation With Marshall

Benzino Accuses Joe Budden of Being on Eminem’s Dick, Dreams Of Having Conversation With Marshall

The illumination from a faraway star reaches us with a time delay, mirroring the passage of time. This interview, conducted prior to the release of a new Eminem track by Lyrical Lemonade, provides insights into Benzino’s thoughts, emotions, and expressions before he encountered a scathing diss directed at him.

A previous editor from The Source made an appearance on the No Jumper podcast, dedicating half of the conversation to recounting his historical feud with Eminem, detailing its impact on his business, and asserting that Eminem isn’t of significant importance to him.

Dr. Umar introduced a new dimension to the discussion with a noteworthy comment that was the talk of the town when this episode was recorded. Adam, the podcast host, inquired about Benzino’s response to Dr. Umar’s outburst on the Joe Budden podcast, posing a question that echoed a similar sentiment but was carefully rephrased: Can a white artist be considered the greatest rapper of all time? Before delving into a series of “buts,” Benzino initially aligned with a particular statement.

Of course. I think now, as hip hop evolves, yes, he can be white. Because hip hop is evolving, and all races are putting effort into it. People are paying the dues, as I call it. As far as Dr. Umar, I see where he’s coming from. But then the same argument is that if Dr. Naismith invented basketball, then how can Michael Jordan be the best basketball player? The thing is that hip hop has been so personal to black people’s lives, other than just being music… I think that’s where the line gets blurred.

Then Benzino came up with an innovative take on Joe Budden’s relationship with Marshall:

With Joe Budden… It’s one thing being a fan, but then it’s another thing to be on somebody’s dick. I can understand a fan, but when you are on somebody’s dick — it’s a personal thing. Everybody can have their personal favourites. But, man, he doesn’t cheer like that for nobody else! The way he sticks for Eminem!.. I think Dr. Umar, like me, just gets tired of that shit. Like, bro, relax, okay, he’s good. I can understand that Dr. Umar gets frustrated as I do. Em can rap. I always say this. Eminem raps in a certain way. He puts out a certain type of music. It’s really his own lane of music. Because that’s not my lane, don’t get mad at me. I think Eminem fans take it so personally, “He’s the greatest!” Okay, he’s the greatest to you, that’s cool. To me, he’s not.

The former editor concluded the discussion by suggesting that he and Eminem are on equal footing as songwriters. He expressed a desire to meet Marshall in person one day and engage in a wise conversation about life and hip-hop.

My thing was not about the music. I had my own personal issues on what I thought of hip hop. And that’s probably where I made the mistake by involving The Source. ’Cause The Source was supposed to be for the masses. Business-wise, it was wrong. You are not supposed to do that. That’s not good business. But I don’t listen to his music anyway. It’s not just him. There are black artists whose music I don’t listen to anyways. Our situation was polarised because of the beef, because of us going back and forth. But that’s what hip hop was anyways — big deal. I made a few songs. He made a few songs. So what? I’ve never even met Eminem. I would love one day. Before I go and before he goes, for us to sit down and just have a conversation about hip hop. That would be so epic to me because, with us, it’s bigger than hip hop. A lot of times it’d be Eminem fans, it don’t even be him, it’s his fans. Most of the shit I’ve said on the internet is because of his fans, not even him. ’Cause he doesn’t even speak on shit. He barely does.

Initially, Eminem didn’t respond, but that changed on January 26 with the release of his new track “Doomsday Pt.2” on the Lyrical Lemonade compilation album “All is Yellow.” This song serves as a ruthless diss aimed at Benzino. With this development, it becomes challenging for Benzino to maintain that the feud is ongoing, especially given the responses from Eminem fans who react to Benzino’s negative remarks, to be fair here.

Eminem fans think that I’m racist because of our situation and that’s silly, I never been and never has been. I never said that Eminem wasn’t a great rapper. I think Eminem is a great rapper, but I don’t listen to that type of music.

He did listen to Eminem’s recent song, and now he no longer acknowledges Eminem as a good rapper. Rather than opting for a conversation, he’s expressing a desire to physically confront Marshall. Naturally, Benzino wouldn’t be able to respond to Eminem through music unless he teams up with Melle Mel, who recently had an experience dissing Eminem. A collaboration between them would be quite impactful.

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