'Get a new gig': Christina Aguilera condemns Eminem for dissing artists, insulting her

The feud between Christina Aguilera and Eminem looks to be heating up again after Aguilera criticised the rapper for repeatedly insulting her in his music and told him to stop slagging off people in the music industry.

Appearing on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Friday, the 'Lady Marmalade' singer was asked why she believed Eminem continued to make digs towards her in his raps.

"That is a question for him to answer; I don't really know what is going on there," Aguilera replied.

There has been beef between the two hit-makers since Eminem dedicated part of a verse to her on his 2000 song 'The Real Slim Shady'.

"Shit, Christina Aguilera, better switch me chairs/so I can sit next to Carson Daly and Fred Durst/and hear 'em argue over who she gave head to first," he raps in the song.

While Eminem claimed that was pay back after Aguilera apparently made comments about his previous music, last year Eminem again dissed the singer in his ten-minute freestyle track 'Kick Off'.

"I mean that is real thirsty... it's not nice to go after anybody especially a female in this business," Aguilera said before mentioning the current #MeToo climate and spotlight on harassment of women.

"Get a new gig, have something else to talk about."

Eminem has become infamous for his insult-ladden lyrics, including for his song 'Killshot' last year aimed at rapper Machine Gun Kelly who he was embroiled in a feud with at the time.