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Conspiracy Theorists Believe Eminem & Machine Gun Kelly Feud Is Staged



There's a decent amount of evidence surrounding the claims too.
Could the world's current hottest rap beef be just a ploy to promote Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's projects? That's what some conspiracy theorists believe. These days, you just can't believe everything you read or hear about. For the last few weeks, Em and MGK have been going back-and-forth, dissing each other in "Killshot" and "Rap Devil" respectively. After Kelly's name was brought up in "Not Alike," he promptly released his response, which made people lose their minds. Shady pump-faked by saying he was taking his time with a reply, hitting us with "Killshot" a few days after his Sway interview. While we believe that their 6-year-old feud is just blowing up now after bubbling for so many years, others think that this was all planned.
There's decent evidence supporting the claims too. The most basic theories point to Ronny J being the main producer of both diss tracks. Fans are also pointing out that both Em and Kellz are signed to Interscope, leading them to believe that the label had this up their sleeves the entire time.
The most significant theory points to the dates each track was submitted on. One fan noted that "Rap Devil" was actually uploaded to MGK's SoundCloud page six months ago and that it was simply taken off of private settings when it dropped. However, the page in question doesn't appear to be Kelly's official account. It is also worth mentioning that you can easily edit song titles and cover images on SoundCloud.
While a lot of feuds within the music industry are staged, What do you think?


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