Nick Cannon and Eminem’s lackluster beef has just as many players as the cast of Wild N’ Out. Following up on his first diss, Obie Trice has entered the chat yet again with “Spanky Hayes 2” aimed at Cannon. Produced by Dubmuzik, the song takes more lethal jabs at the comedian/businessman/rapper with some personal digs toward his family.
“Beth Gardner gave your b***h a** birth/What’s wrong with her?/Who put the worm in her?/Who bust sperm in her?/Beth shoulda murdered ya,” Trice raps. “You a rich n***a, stay in your lane/Don’t let this beef s**t interfere with your brain.” The raps sting just a bit more when you’re reminded of Nick’s discography.
Following the release of his debut album in 2003, Cannon returned to music in July 2005 to release “Can I Live” featuring Anthony Hamilton. The song featured the story behind his mother’s decision not abort her son. The pro-life track was adored by fans despite the rapper putting music aside to focus on his acting career.
Even if Obie didn’t know about Nick’s past, the lines are still pretty brutal. Later on the track, Obie explains why he’s decided to step in for his longtime friend Eminem, dismissing the idea of a “massa” situation.
“This ain’t about slave masters or nothing that’s white and black/If you f**king over my family, I’m putting you all in caskets,” Obie raps. “Fathom to f**k with Mathers?/Or sabotage the video he’s shooting with Joey Crack.”
The rapper released his first diss track last week as Eminem shared his own thoughts on Cannon’s diss “Pray For Him” which featured members from Wild N’ Out. 50 Cent also chimed in on the very messy situation by calling Cannon out on social media.
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While Obie has shown his loyalty to Em, the rapper actually parted aways with Shady Records some moons ago. In August, the rapper dropped his fifth album The Fifth in August and launched his own record label Black Market Entertainment.