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With 2021 hitting the ground and running, with Trump supporters rioting and taking over the country’s Capitol, the unsettling feud that is currently brewing between Snoop Dogg and Eminem has made its way on to the audio-based social media app Clubhouse.
Outspoken hip-hop vets Royce Da 5’9″, N.O.R.E., Joe Budden, and Daz Dillinger lead a discussion on Eminem’s recent “Zeus” track which calls out Snoop Dogg for his comments stating that Eminem was not a “top” rapper in the game. While all the vets a part of the Clubhouse conversation agreed that the two legends should not have beef with each other at this point in their careers and their lives, with many agreeing that the duo should have a phone conversation to hash it out. Speaking on the issue and the possibility of how the feud began between Eminem and Snoop Dogg, West Coast icon Daz Dillinger might have given some insight into why this is going down.
According to Daz, in the past, Snoop once asked Eminem for a feature that would appear on one of his albums but Em declined Unc’s offer, although the Detroit native had previously snagged a Snoop feature on the “B*tch Please II” track which featured the late Nate Dogg, Exhibit, and Dr. Dre. “Snoop was like, ‘Don’t nobody tell me no,'” said Daz. “He took it personally, and that’s why you never heard a song from Em and Snoop since then.”
While this is rumored to be true, one thing that was spoken on during the conversations was that either Dr. Dre or 50 Cent could help squash what’s going on.