Nick Cannonpossibly added the final chapter to his war of words with Eminem on Thursday (Dec. 19). Cannon fired away with a third scathing diss in "Canceled: Invitation," which finds Nick shrewdly digging up dirt from Em's past to use against him now decades later.
That dirt includes the controversial Eminem track "Foolish Pride," which was reportedly recorded pre-fame way back in 1993. Em says some very derogatory things about black women on the record, which Cannon keeps on a loop. "Black girls are bitches, black girls are dumb," Slim Shady repeats.
The end of "Canceled: Invitation" samples more hateful speech from Em. "Blacks and whites, they sometimes mix/ But black girls only want your money 'cause they're dumb chicks/ Don't date a black girl/ If you do it once, you won't do it twice/ Black girls are dumb, and white girls are good chicks," Slim raps.
Cannon hops in with bars taking aim at the Detroit legend as well. "We let you be a guest in this house, but you canceled, Slim," the Wild 'N Out host proclaims. "Pretend you love us, but you really jealous/ Want to be brothers/ Christopher Columbus, hip-hop you wish you discovered/ Now I'm gonna slay you for all sisters, daughters, cousins and mothers."
Nick hinted this could be the end of his battle with Shady unless he responds. "Trilogies are my favorite," he wrote to Twitter. "Welp! The Invitation has expired."
Listen to the track below.
Welp! The Invitation has expired...— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) December 19, 2019
Trilogies are my favorite!— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) December 19, 2019