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Eminem And Nick Cannon's Feud Is Over, According To KXNG Crooked
Eminem And Nick Cannon's Feud Is Over, According To KXNG Crooked
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Eminem And Nick Cannon's Feud Is Over, According To KXNG Crooked

"They're not enemies. It's over," Crooked said of Eminem and Nick Cannon.

According to KXNG Crooked, Eminem and Nick Cannon's feud is over.

The rapper responded to someone on Twitter asking him what he thought about a recent picture Royce Da 5'9" posted of him and Cannon together.

"They're not enemies. It's over," Crooked responded.

This comes after Cannon recently said he was open to ending his beef with Em. While speaking with Fat Joe back in September, Cannon said he wouldn’t be against speaking with the Detroit rapper about their differences, saying: “One day, hopefully, dude and I will get an opportunity to sit down, ’cause like I said, I do respect his ability.”

During that conversation, he also shared that he had been in touch with people close to Em, including Royce, in hopes of making a sit down happen. So, judging by the picture posted, it seems as if the sit down did occur, although Cannon nor Em have confirmed nor denied that a meeting has taken place. It's also important to note that Royce also addressed the two's beef following the picture he posted of himself and Cannon. He shared a new image of the two together where someone had also photoshopped in Donald Trump, Christina Aguilera and Machine Gun Kelly.

"Listen... Please stop making these. These are too hilarious... Beef between @eminem x @nickcannon is water under the bridge... Thank you to @fatjoe for helping to make it happen...," Royce wrote in a caption alongside the picture.

The Detroit rapper's beef with Cannon was reignited when he appeared on Fat Joe's "Lord Above," where he made references to Cannon's relationship with Mariah Carey. Following the release of "Lord Above," Cannon released a handful of disses directed at Em, none of which the Detroit rapper responded to. As the reignited beef cooled down, Cannon later said that he felt his beef with Em became a little too intense for them.