Earlier this month (Sept. 14), Diddy caught a stray shot within the midst of Eminem's feud with Machine Gun Kelly on Slim Shady's "Killshot" diss observe. Seemingly out of character, Em implicated Puff Daddy for the homicide of Tupac Shakur again in 1996 close to the tune's finish. Joe Budden, who works below Diddy at REVOLT, shared a few of his non-public conversations together with his boss relating to the matter throughout a current episode of The Joe Budden Podcast (Sept. 19).
"Nothing to invest about, nothing to speak about. Puff stated it's in his fingers, and he stated, I can say it. That's the tip of that. There's nothing to say about it. 'It's in my fingers. [Eminem's] wild,'" Budden cryptically relayed. "This is larger than rap. I'm getting out of there as a result of I'm afraid. You simply need to query why individuals do issues typically."
Eminem closed "Killshot" by letting Diddy know he was truly "simply enjoying" and nonetheless has love for the Bad Boy Entertainment CEO. "But, Kells, the day you place out a success's the day Diddy admits/That he put the hit out that received Pac killed," Em raps.
The Detroit legend's questionable photographs even prompted Jay Electronica to ship a fiery tweet that has since been deleted taking exception to Eminem's unsettling sentiments. "How dare you accuse Diddy of killing Tupac whilst you fully look go Jimmy Iovine and people who profited from his loss of life the MOST. You greatest tread rigorously," he wrote.
Listen to Joe Budden share Diddy's response beneath.