Ice Cube Doesn’t Think Machine Gun Kelly Surpassed Him
Eminem recently surprised everyone with his new album Kamikaze. But that’s not where it ends. In one of the songs, Eminem slammed Machine Gun Kelly for talking about his daughter. And the rapper responded by dropping his own diss track Rap Devil to question his former idol’s relevance.
With both these albums out and the continuing feud between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly, Twitter users started voicing their opinions on the diss track. In fact, one user compared Rap Devil to No Vaseline. The latter was a diss track release by Ice Cube in his legendary take down of N.W.A. Apparently, the Twitter user claimed that Machine Gun Kelly’s diss track surpassed Ice Cube’s No Vaseline for the no. 1 spot.
— Brandon Powers (@Brandon__Powers) September 4, 2018
But Ice Cube definitely did not agree with the thought. And he responded saying that Machine Gun Kelly was one on one in his diss track. But Ice Cube was one on four against his former group members and that’s probably why his diss track could not be beaten. He further added that he murdered the track, and killed the group while referring towards the N.W.A. Ice Cube also concluded his tweet by signalling that the game was over.
Yeah right, one on one will never beat one against four (plus Jerry Heller). Murdered the track, killed the group. Game over. https://t.co/7t6exeTtCv
— Ice Cube (@icecube) September 4, 2018
Previously, in an interview from 2014, Ice Cube claimed that his diss track knocked down his former rap group N.W.A. like bowling pins.
It might be hard to compare Ice Cube’s diss track to that of Machine Gun Kelly. No Vaseline contained lines like Looking like straight Bozos / I saw it coming, that’s why I went solo/And kept on stompin’ / While y’all mothaf***ers moved straight outta Compton. And as Ice Cube released his song, Dr. Dre left N.W.A. and that’s what the end of the group was. So, technically in a way Ice Cube practically destroyed his former group while Machine Gun Kelly did little harm to Eminem with his diss track.