The track samples old recordings of Eminem disparaging black women and apologizing for other offensive comments.
The rekindled Nick Cannon–Eminem feud is in its second week, and the battle doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon. On Thursday, Cannon released “Canceled: Invitation.” The track heavily focuses on Eminem’s racist and misogynistic lyrics towards Black women. Towards the end, Cannon plays the full quote in question:
“I’ll get straight to the point/black girls are bitches/that’s why ima tell you you better pull up your britches/black girls and white girls just don’t mix/because black girls are dumb and white girls are good chicks.”
Cannon recently appeared on T.I.’s ExpediTIously podcast to discuss the origins of the beef. Shortly after his marriage to Mariah Carey, Eminem released “Bagpipes from Baghdad” and “The Warning,” both of which targeted Carey. On the podcast, Cannon explained that he sent a letter to Eminem before making any public statements.
Earlier this month, Eminem rehashed the feud on Fat Joe’s “Lord Above.” After expressing his disgust on Power 106, Cannon responded with two tracks, “The Invitation” and “Pray For Him.” On “The Invitation,” Cannon mentioned Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade Mathers. According to sources near the situation that ensured the feud wouldn’t be over any time soon.
After dropping his two songs, Cannon continued to mock Eminem on social media. He claimed Eminem’s lawyers contacted him regarding the diss tracks. Nearly a week ago, he declared himself the winner, saying in his eyes, the battle was over.