Nick Cannon Hits Back at Eminem in New Diss Track Featuring Suge Knight

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The 'Masked Singer' host is coming for Eminem.

Nick Cannon is coming for Eminem.

The Masked Singer host surprised fans on Monday when he dropped a new track dissing the 47-year-old rapper -- who had called him and Mariah Carey out on his feature on Fat Joe's "Lord Above." 

"The Invitation" opens with a call from Suge Knight behind bars. "You know I don't do no talking, but Nick is family," Knight says, ending his call with, "Eminem's a b**ch!"

Then, Cannon raps: "Call Kim, somebody get Hailey and that other kid you raising that ain't even your baby/ Took a page out of Drake book, this might get a GRAMMY/ We going back to back until you respond -- on the family/ My baby mama killed you off a decade ago/ You still crying about it b**ch, now who really the hoe?"

In "Lord Above," which dropped on Friday, Eminem came hard at Cannon and Carey. 

"I know me and Mariah didn't end on a high note/ But that other dude's whipped -- that p***y got him neutered," Eminem raps. "Tried to tell him this chick's a nut job before he got his jewels clipped/ Almost got my caboose kicked/ Fool, quit/ You not gonna do sh*t/ I let her chop my balls off too before I lose to you, Nick."

Hours later, Cannon responded to the diss on Instagram, inviting Eminem to work out their beef on Wild 'N Out. "@FatJoe album is ???? Star studded, he even did some charity work and dug @Eminem out his grave I mean cave!! LOL FLAM FLAM! BLAM BLAM! NICK CANNON!! Bring your A** to @MTVWILDNOUT to Battle like a real legend Grandpa Marshall!!" he wrote. 

On Tuesday morning, he then tweeted: "@Eminem Still nothing????⏳"

Eminem's feud with Cannon stems from the "Lose Yourself" rapper's alleged relationship with Carey in 2001. Carey has denied they had a relationship. Eminem came after Carey and Cannon in 2009 -- shortly after their 2008 wedding -- in his song, "Bagpipes From Baghdad." Canon blasted Eminem for "disrespecting" Carey in a passionate blog post at the time. Eminem didn't hold back, however. In his song, "The Warning," he detailed his and Carey's alleged intimate relationship and threatened to release incriminating voicemails.

In recent years, however, the pair's feud seemed to have simmered. See more on the biggest feuds of the decade below.