The Masked Singer host dropped another song slamming Eminem on Tuesday, following the pair's back-and-forth over the past few days. Eminem reignited their decade-long feud during his feature on Fat Joe's "Lord Above," which dropped on Friday. Cannon then released his response, "The Invitation" on Monday, leading Eminem to speak out on Twitter.
In Tuesday's song, "Pray for Him," with Charlie Clips, Hitman Holla, Conceited and Prince Eazy, Cannon calls Eminem "the new white supremacist" -- and proclaims he'll never be a legend.
"And viewed in America as a motherf**king drug addict/ You'll never be a legend (Marshall)/ Em you should really start to stare at who's in the mirror/ Look at all the f**king botox, b**ch, I know you're embarrassed," he raps. "F**k all the tricks and the gimmicks/ You like the new white supremacist/ Say the same f**kin' sentences/ N***a you ain't no lyricist/ Lam, blam, flam, flam, take xans and train xans/ I bet you never thought the kill shot will come from the cannon, blaow/ You used to be a renegade."
In "Lord Above," Eminem came hard at Cannon and his ex-wife, Mariah Carey -- calling Carey a "nut job" and Cannon "whipped." The song came 10 years after the "Lose Yourself" rapper first referenced the couple in his 2009 song, "Bagpipes From Baghdad." The back-and-forth between the group continued, in which Eminem threatened to release incriminating voicemails tied to his alleged relationship with Carey in 2001. She has denied they ever dated.
Following Cannon's first diss track on Monday, "The Invitation," in which Cannon invited Eminem to settle their beef on Wild 'N Out, Eminem demanded an apology from the television personality.
"I demand an apology Nicholas, you've made my gardener so jealous!" he wrote.