Royce Da 5’9 ″ defends Eminem whereas speaking to David Mays about Snoop Dogg Feud

Eminem fans know the rapper has come under heavy fire over the past two and a half years. Technically, it all started with the release of Revival, the album that was hit twice by hip-hop fans and critics alike.

The game on the record was so strong that Eminem Kamikaze even posted a follow-up attempting to respond to some of his haters. The fans valued this album much more, but it was still mocked by journalists and critics.

Despite everything, Marshall Mathers is still not really clear because there are still a lot of rappers and members of the hip hop scene who are not enthusiastic about his work and often wonder if he deserves the right to take the helm the status “GOAT”.

According to Hot New Hip Hop, Eminem got into a feud with the owners of The Source magazine in the early 2000s, which he was running at the time petrol and Dave Mays. Hot New Hip Hop says it looks like Mays and Zino held back their hostility towards Eminem for decades, at least as a recent interview shows.

According to reports, a conversation was being held between some men about Snoop Dogg and Eminem, and whether Eminem’s music was still that good. According to reports, Van Lathan, Royce Da 5’9 ”, Page Kennedy, Punch, Just Blaze, Glasses MaloneKing Los and Dave Mays were all there.

Suddenly, the mood around the Detroit rapper didn’t seem so positive anymore. You can check out the YouTube video for yourself below:

Mays said during the conversation that Eminem is secretly a racist and the Foolish Pride tape is an example of this. The other men went on to say that Eminem didn’t deserve his title of respected hip hop star.

However, Royce Da 5’9 ” was quick to defend Eminem, who then referred to something Mays had said earlier. Royce told him he could say what he wanted to say, but that didn’t mean his words would have any kind of merit or effect.


Royce went on to say that Mays “f * ck (ed) with cornballs” regarding Benzino.

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