Rapper 50 Cent has waded into the ongoing battle between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly (MGK), saying it's letting everybody down.
Eminem lashed out at MGK in his recently released album Kamikaze, using the track 'Not Alike' to call the other white rapper a "little c**ksucker" and a "non-threatening blonde fairy".
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MGK responded with his own track 'Rap Devil', where he called Eminem out as a bully acting like a baby.
Eminem followed that up with 'Killshot', which broke the YouTube record for biggest hip-hop debut, with the song's video reaching more than 36 million views in 24 hours.
It seems the meteoric rise for 'Killshot' upset 50 Cent, who posted a screenshot of an article of the video's success with an angry caption.
"Man do you see this shit, think about it the biggest hip-hop song on YouTube," he wrote on Instagram and Twitter.
"Now everybody got to take a [loss] because of MGK. What the f**k, we didn't have anything to do with this shit damn, how many times [were you] was playing that shit. LOL get the strap."