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Diddy Responds To Eminem's "Killshot" Lyric Implicating Him In Tupac's Murder

Diddy Responds To Eminem's "Killshot" Lyric Implicating Him In Tupac's Murder

Diddy Responds To Eminem's "Killshot" Lyric Implicating Him In Tupac's Murder

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Joe Budden says Diddy is handling it.

Even though Eminem meant it as a joke, Diddy isn’t laughing about the rapper’s “Killshot” lyric implicating him in the murder of Tupac Shakur.

READ: Jay Electronica Comes At Eminem For Saying Diddy Killed Tupac: “You Best Tread Carefully”

On a recent episode of The Joe Budden Podcast, Budden revealed that he talked with Diddy about the line, and the entrepreneur handling the situation.

“Nothing to speculate about. Nothing to talk about,” Budden said. “Puff said it’s in his hands and he said I can tell ya. That’s the end of that. He said, ‘Yeah, there’s nothing to say about it. It’s in my hands.’ He’s wild. Period.”

Budden doesn’t provide any other details on what exactly Diddy plans to do in regards to the line. The line in question is: “But, Kells, the day you put out a hit’s the day Diddy admits/That he put the hit out that got Pac killed, ah!”

Eminem also faced the wrath of Jay Electronica for the lyric too.

Jay directed some now-deleted tweets towards Eminem last week, writing:

@eminem, how dare you accuse diddy of killing tupac while you completely look pass jimmy iovine and those who profited from his death the MOST. You best tread carefully Son, before i come tear your ivory tower down like Sulaiman done the Templar Knights. #ripProof

Following the tweet, Jay deleted both his Twitter and Instagram.



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