As the world awaits Eminem’s response to Nick Cannon’s recent lyrical attacks, The Game offers his thoughts on a previous rap beef the Detroit rhymer was engaged in with Machine Gun Kelly last year.

In a Thursday (Dec. 12) interview with The Cruz Show on Los Angeles’ Real 92.3, the Compton rapper said he believed that MGK won that rap feud against Slim Shady.

“Em did what I expected Em to do, but nothing to catch up to where hip-hop is today,” Game explained. “I feel like Machine Gun Kelly really gave his all, like a young, hungry dude did. Eminem was Eminem—it was great. Before I heard Machine Gun Kelly, I was like, ‘Oh Eminem.’”

“I know people will probably hate me for this, but I really don’t really give a fuck about that,” added Game, who said that MGK barely won the beef. “It’s was like one of those moments you have two dudes and about announced who’s the winner and they hold Machine Gun Kelly’s hands up and Eminem’s like, 'No fucking way' and everybody’s like, “Boo!”

Last August, Em released his surprise album Kamikaze, on which he dissed MGK and other rappers on the song “Not Alike.” In response, MGK delivered his abrasive Em diss track “Rap Devil.” This led Em to respond with his own retort, “Kill Shot.”

The Game, who dropped his Born 2 Rap album on Black Friday (Nov. 29), added that he enjoyed the Eminem-MGK rap feud and would like to see more lyrical battles in rap that doesn’t come to fights or guns. “If it’s only hip-hop, then let’s have some fun,” he said.

Watch The Game's interview on The Cruz Show below. Fast-forward to the 15:30 mark to hear his thoughts about the Eminem-Machine Gun Kelly feud.

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