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Eminem is, once again, addressing allegations of homophobia after he included anti-LGBTQ language on his latest album.

"I realize now - and I realized when I said it, but I wasn't in the mind frame of". So I sat back and I'm like, 'Ok, that's fine, ' people can talk insane about me, that's fine, they should express themselves and they have a right to. Eminem's Kamikaze unleashed a wrath on everyone from DJ Akademiks to Charlamagne Tha God to Joe Budden to Machine Gun Kelly. / He'll have to fuck Kim in my flannel / I'll give him my sandals / "Cause he knows long as I'm Shady, he's gon' have to live in my shadow".

However, he did admit that he thought his rival's comeback diss track "Red Devil" was quite good, saying: "It wasn't bad for him".

In a section of a multipart interview with Sway Calloway posted earlier this week, Eminem claimed that the Hailie tweet was not his rationale for dissing MGK on "Not Alive".

"I know [with] a lot of this shit, I can come across being very petty, but at a certain point in time, someone has their breaking point", Em told Sway. Like I'm trying to hinder his career. "The fact of like, every time I saw this kid - always so cool to you".

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The artist, whose birth name is Marshall Mathers, initially ignited the fight after hearing Machine Gun Kelly talk about how Eminem's daughter Hailie is "hot as f-k", way back in 2012. "You're not even in the fucking conversation".

Throughout his career, Eminem has repeatedly taken heat for the homophobic language used in his music, as well as sexist lyrics and references to violence towards women, particularly his mother and ex-partner.

"But with the Tyler, The Creator thing, man, I... I..."

"Because in my quest to hurt him, I realise that I was hurting a lot of other people by saying it..."