Eminem has had his share of battles but Esham is not just any rapper. He’s a highly influential pioneer of the Detroit rap scene.
And now, he’s mad – again.
Esham, the creator of acid rap, expressed his opinions in an interview with the Murder Master Music Show.
“I am tired of Eminem. I just want him to keep it real and quit being a b####. He f**kin’ sold a lotta people out in the city, man. He needs to stop disrespecting the city and making people hate Detroit even more. That’s what that was about. Don’t even say s**t about Detroit,” he said.
Continuing, he said that Eminem has not represented properly, even on his own Shady song “Detroit vs Everybody.”
“With the ‘Detroit Vs. Everybody’ don’t say Detroit vs. everybody… you don’t help nobody in the city “I don’t give a f**k. I will say that. You got a radio station (Shade 45) and nobody gets played on your station? Come on, B. Get the f**k outta here. You got 50 hundred million dollars and you ain’t doing s**t,” he said. “Do something for the schools, anything, I don’t wanna hear that s**t. If you say something about Detroit, I’m gonna say something about you. Let somebody say something to me. I ain’t gonna say s**t. I ain’t lyin’ on that muthaf**ka.”
This is not the first time Esham has lashed out. He also has taken Royce Da 5’ 9” and Kid Rock to task.
In a 2011 interview with AllHipHop, he said:
“Eminem and Royce must have been listening to Booming Words from Hell and decided to make a sequel to that, because that is the original. It’s funny how these rappers gotta subliminally act like what they do is wicked s**t but don’t wanna give it up to the God, Esham…sound like that cereal cornpops”
“Kid Rock can eat a d**k as far as I’m concerned. I said it before and I will said it again. Racist, rebel flag (Confederate flag) wearing h#### tonk piece of s**t b**ch die!”
Check out the whole interview below.