50 Cent has got involved with Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's feud and he's not messing around

50 Cent has got involved with Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's feud and he's not messing around

The feud between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly has everything we could possibly need in a fight. Packed full of savage comebacks, clever rap lyrics and peroxide blonde hair, it's surpassed all of our expectations.

However, some people might argue that there's still something missing - And that something would be a shady as hell comment from fellow rapper, 50 Cent, of course! Have no fear though, the In Da Club star put his two cents in with a recent post on Twitter, that made his alliances clear as day.

Fiddy firmly sided with Eminem, comparing the rapper to The Dark Knight's Joker in a tweet to his 9.82 million followers. "oh sh*t, Boy you f**king wit the wrong one. LOL easy work @Eminem get the strap #lecheminduroi [sic]," the 43-year-old wrote, posting his comments alongside a video of Heath Ledger's Joker in the 2008 superhero film. The footage shows the supervillain dressed as a nurse, blowing up a hospital, while Eminem's Killshot plays over the top.

His comment on the spat was met with amusement from fans on Twitter, who immediately took to the comment section to express their approval. "50 has the best twitter nobody can change my mind", wrote @InFniniteToast.

However, others were determined to continue the fight, with many social media users disagreeing with 50 Cent and proclaiming that the Lose Yourself rapper had lost the battle.

The disagreement began all the way back in 2012 when MGK tweeted saying that Slim's daughter Hallie was "hot as f**k". Six years later, with Eminem’s surprise album Kamikaze, the star got back at his arch-nemesis in his song Not Alike.

He rapped: "And I’m talking to you but you already know who the f*ck you are/Kelly I don’t use sublims and sure as f*ck don’t sneak-diss/But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie."

Not willing to back down, MGK released a song in response, called Rap Devil, which claimed: His f*cking beard is weird/Tough talk from a rapper paying millions for security a year ‘I think my dad’s gone crazy’/yeah, Hailie, you right Dad’s always mad cooped up in the studio/yelling at the mic".

But, of course, Eminem was right back in there with another diss track named Killshot which told his rival "This is it, as big as you're gonna get, so enjoy it/Had to give you a career to destroy it".

It also said: "Your reply got the crowd yelling, 'Woo!'/So before you die let’s see who can out-petty who/With your corny lines (“Slim, you’re old”)—ow, Kelly, ooh/But I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you/By 29, I had three albums that had blew."

Not content with losing the battle, the Bad Things star recently responded by giving the track a score of six out of 10 and implying it was two weeks too late on Twitter. "2 weeks and 3 interviews later… #legshot #letstalkaboutit [sic]," he put.

And so, the war continues.