Benzino Responds To Eminem On Diss Track “Vulturius”

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Benzino didn’t waste any time throwing shots back at Eminem after being dissed. The 58-year-old rapper released his new diss track “Vulturius.”

The former Source owner took Jay-Z’s “Where I’m From” and turned it into something fiery on Sunday evening (Jan. 28). “Candy-a** Eminem, bi**h-a** feminine/ Mad he lack melanin, all Valium’d up again/ Awe sh*t, here we go, Benzino vs. Jim Crow/ Know a custy when I see one, how many times you overdose?” he rapped.

“You a punk, plan my funeral? Please, you shoot who?/ Square ain’t even go circle the block for Proof/ And the truth, my daughter had a life that I never had/ I’m probably more Boston George than America’s Dad/ But I provide it, food, clothes, gifts kept you excited/ Now you let the industry really lynch, keep us divided.” Listen to the track below.

This is the latest chapter in Benzino and Eminem’s long-running feud. It began in 2002 when The Source gave Marshall Mathers’ LP The Eminem Show four mics out of five. The “Lose Yourself” rapper felt the ranking was unfair, and Benzino doubled-down by not promoting any of his work after the fact and releasing diss tracks aimed at the 8 Mile actor.

The beef persists to this day; the latest chapter came on Friday (Jan. 26) as Eminem dissed Benzino and mentioned his daughter, Coi Leray, on “Doomsday Pt. 2” from Lyrical Lemonade’s All Is Yellow compilation project. “Go at his neck, how the f**k is that?/ How can I go at something he doesn’t have/ Arms so short he can’t even touch his hands/ When they’re above his head doing jumping jacks/ Sorry, I don’t mean to upset you Ben/ When I talk about all the debt you in/ I hear that you been creeping on the low/ In them cheap hotels that they catch you in,” he rapped.

As for the “Players” artist, Em stated that her father ruined any opportunity for them to collaborate. “Jesus Christ, dog, when you said 210/ Never guessed you meant at the Red Roof Inn/ In a room with one single bed, two men/ Shady, man, you can’t, yes, you can/ Well, I guess then I regret to inform you, hate to spoil the day/ But this doesn’t bring me no joy to say/ Guess that Coi Leray feat’s in the toilet, ay,” he spat.

Coi Leray shared her thoughts on the matter via X, formerly known as Twitter, saying that rap beef is “so washed and tired.” She even snuck in some promotion for her new record “Wanna Come Thru” and scoffed at the idea of ever wanting an Eminem feature.

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