Months after Snoop Dogg said the beef between him and Eminem was over, Marshall Mathers gives his own confirmation on the “Killer” remix.
Released this past Friday May 28th, the Kiler remix features Jack Harlow and Cordae. On the song Eminem addresses the Snoop Dogg beef. “Just called Snoop and I talked to him, we all cool / Dre, me, and the Dogg good, Doc, we got you,” Eminem raps.
The beef between Eminem all started back in 2020 and escalated when Eminem dissed Snoop Dogg on the song Zeus.
Replying back to a post uploaded on Instagram by @eminemfact, Snoop wrote, “Pray I don’t answer that soft a– (ishh) 😂😂😂.” The Dogg father was referring to Eminem dissing him on the song “Zeus” which appeared on Music To Be Murdered By Deluxe Edition.
“Last thing I need is Snoop doggin’ me
Man, Dogg, you was like a (Yeah) damn god to me
Nah, not really (Haha)
I had “dog” backwards,” Eminem rapped on “Zeus”
The post Snoop Dogg in which he commented on was that of Eminem breaking down why he dissed the West Coast icon. The audio clip stems from Eminem’s breakdown of his new project when appearing on Shade 45 New Years Eve.
Eminem explained it all started when Snoop Dogg appeared on The Breakfast Club where he stated Eminem was not on his top 10 list, the Dogg father quickly made headlines. “White rappers had zero respect in rap, let’s keep that 1-thowwow. None,” Snoop said. “He has probably put Eminem in the position to where he could be like labeled as one of Top 10 rappers ever. I don’t think so, but the game feels like he’s Top 10 lyricist and all that comes with it but that’s just because he’s with Dr. Dre and Dr. Dre helped him find the best Eminem he could find.”
“Everything he said, by the way, was fine, up to a point,” Em explained on Shade 45. “Him saying Dre made the best version of me, absolutely, why would I have a problem with that? Would I be here without Dre? (Hello) no, I wouldn’t. The rappers he mentioned from the ‘90s—KRS One, Big Daddy Kane, [Kool] G Rap—I’ve never said I could (mess) with them.”
“I think it was more about the tone he was using that caught me off-guard ‘cause I’m like, where is this coming from? I just saw you, what the (hell)? It threw me for a loop,” Eminem continued. “I probably could’ve gotten past the whole tone and everything, but it was the last statement where he said, ‘Far as music I can live without, I can live without that (ishh).’ Now you’re being disrespectful. It just caught me off-guard.”
After Snoop’s interview on The Breakfast Club, the Dogg father received backlash for his comments. It appeared Snoop Dogg tried to ease the tension by posting a photo of himself and Slim Shady as seen below with the caption, “Slim shady wit silky slim 🙌🏿🎙 gang gang ♿️♿️📖.”
Still Eminem was asked what he was going to do about Snoop’s remarks. “I didn’t know what to do about it because it confused me ‘cause I’m like, bro, same team. We’re on the same team. And I have never in my career, my entire career, said a disrespectful word about Snoop.”
Weeks later, just as expected, Snoop Dogg and Eminem talked out their differences behind closed doors. Instagram account Rapcyph3r posted a throwback photo of Snoop, Dr. Dre, and Eminem, with the caption, “I wonder what changed.” Surprisingly Snoop Dogg dropped a comment on the post and stated, “Nothing we good.”
The outcome of the so-called beef doesn’t come as a surprise. With the likes of Crooked I, Royce Da 5’9, and Dr. Dre, all able to defuse any tensions between the two icons, we shouldn’t be surprised if Em and Snoop drop a record together.
D12’s Swifty McVay made a prediction as to where the beef between Snoop Dogg and Eminem would end when he appeared on the Heart Of An Outlaw Show. “I just think soon as they get into a room and talk, they gonna talk about it and they gon squash it,” McVay said. “I don’t think its beef at all. I just think it is a misunderstanding.”