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In a tweet Tuesday night, Lucas—who collaborated with Em on last year's "Lucky You"—advised Cannon to cease his recent diss strategy. He also publicly pondered enlisting J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, 50 Cent, and more to "get busy on yo ass."
Thus far, Cannon has shared two diss tracks aimed at Em, "The Invitation" and "Pray for Him." Those, of course, were preceded by Em's Cannon-referencing verse on Fat Joe's "Lord Above" and comments the Wild 'n Out host made on an episode of T.I.'s podcast.
While Em hasn't responded musically to Cannon's most recent diss efforts, fans were treated with a pair of rare tweets from the Kamikaze artist earlier this week. In one, Em demanded an apology:
Fat Joe, meanwhile, isn't currently interested in publicly taking sides.
"I'm an innocent bystander," Joe said. "I'm not responsible . . . I'm taking the high road. I love Nick Cannon. He's a good guy. Eminem's a very good friend of mine. They got their little personal hip-hop thing going."
Bizzare of D12 also weighed in on Nick Cannon's disses.
Nick cannon third dis track ft the whole URL .. 😂— Bizarre D12 (@bizarresworld) December 11, 2019