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Nick Cannon Is Open To Ending Eminem Beef: "Two Men Need To Really Have That Conversation"
Eminem reignited his beef with Nick Cannon when he appeared on Fat Joe's "Lord Above" track.
While speaking with Fat Joe, 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."
The entertainer also shared elsewhere in the conversation that he has been in touch with people close to Em, including Royce da 5'9", in hopes of making a sit down happen.
"I been trying to get...I done talked to Royce, we trying to really get it popping, 'cause I think at the end two men need to really have that conversation," Cannon said.
Fat Joe also offered to be a mediator between the two and set a meeting up for them, which makes sense considering it was Em's appearance on Joe's "Lord Above" that reignited his beef with Cannon.
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.
A couple of months back, Cannon was fired from ViacomCBS (which houses his show Wild 'N Out) after unleashing anti-Semitic remarks during his podcast Cannon’s Class with Professor Griff. After his dismissal, he demanded the rights to the franchise that he created 15 years ago and later issued an apology. He is still the host and producer of Fox’s popular series The Masked Singer.