On Monday, Nick Cannon continued a long-running feud by releasing a diss track aimed at rapper Eminem, according to Page Six.
The song, called "The Invitation," also features jailed Deathrow Records founder Suge Knight and a few other rappers. The song mentions Eminem's daughters, rumors about the rapper's sexuality and Mariah Carey, who dated Eminem before she married--and divorced--Cannon.
"My baby mama killed you off a decade ago/ You still crying about it b**ch, now who really the h**," Cannon raps. The track is a response to Eminem's verse on Fat Joe's "Lord Above," which is itself a response to a September appearance by Cannon on rapper TI's podcast.
Eminem responded to the track Monday night, saying, "U mad bro? Stop lying on my d**k. I never even had a chauffeur, you bougie f**k"--a reference to a line in Cannon's song.
About half an hour later, Eminem added, "I demand an apology Nicholas, you've made my gardener so jealous!"