Although Nick and Mariah are now broken up, they have remained extremely amicable as friends and co-parents, so when Eminem threw new shots at Mariah and Nick on the song "Lord Above", which came out December 6, the feud was officially reunited.
This whole thing comes a few days after Eminem used his verse in Fat Joe's and Dre's track "Lord Above" to disband Nick and Mariah.
Yesterday Nick blasted again - accusing Eminem of getting a gay relationship with a person. Time did not heal the situation because in 2016 Cannon challenged Eminem to a fight.The confrontation never happened, but earlier this year on a podcast with rapper T.I., Cannon said Eminem apologized to him over the beef in private. "I called Joe to set you up and you fell for the ob", Cannon rapped. "You see I never really asked for much".
And in this case Nick does all this to defend his ex-wife and baby mama Mariah Carey after Em's latest explosion ... a target he's been shooting at for decades.
He followed up his first tweet with a second, which read: "I demand an apology Nicholas". "@Eminem I see your handlers let you use the internet today Marshall!"
Eminem - who himself has a history of homophobic lyrics - has maintained for years that he dated Carey, but the singer has always denied this. In response, Eminem published "Bagpipes from Baghdad" and asked, "Mariah, whatever happened to us / Why did we ever have to part?" Nick stored their beef at a private degree when he known as out Eminem's ex-wife Kimberly Anne Scott, 44, and their daughter Hailie Scott Mathers, 23, by rapping, "Name Kim, any individual get Hailey and that different child you elevating that ain't even your child".
The song has many words that are not going to go down well with Eminem or his fans.