The "Killshot" target made that estimation in an Instagram caption over the weekend. In a post showing the crowd from a recent stop on Fall Out Boy's MANIA tour at the Amway Center in Orlando, Kelly paired the goat, devil, knife, and other emojis with a simple message of "He missed."
MGK also told the crowd: "F*ck Marshall Mathers."
Kelly previously jokingly rated "Killshot" a six out of 10, noting that it only took "two weeks and three interviews' for Em to respond to his own "Rap Devil." That track, of course, is a devilish nod to Em's "Rap God" and was released in response to Em's MGK lines on Kamikaze cut "Not Alike":
If you wanna come at me with a sub, Machine Gun
And I'm talkin' to you, but you already know who the fuck you are, Kelly
I don't use sublims and sure as fuck don't sneak diss
But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie
"Rap Devil" is currently holding down the No. 1 spot on the iTunes songs chart, leading a top 5 that also counts recent releases from Bebe Rexha and 5 Seconds of Summer. At the time of this writing, the chance of 5 Seconds of Summer suddenly getting involved in the ongoing Em and MGK disagreement seemed pretty unlikely.
Iggy Azalea, who caught a quick mention in "Killshot," has also responded to Em with some choice words. By Azalea's assessment, the lyrical play at the heart of the diss track is "lazy" in a way his earlier work wasn't. "The earlier stuff was crazy, twisted, and creative," she said. "This stuff feels more like picking names that fit easily into a rhyme scheme."