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Obie Trice Steps In for Eminem, Drops Second Nick Cannon Diss Track

The former Shady Records MC joined in on the battle royal last week.

Even though Nick Cannon declared the beef over last week, the battle is still going. Last Tuesday, former Shady Records rapper Obie Trice released "Spanky Hayes," named after fellow Detroit native and former cast member of Nick Cannon's MTV show Wildn' Out. On the track, Trice takes aim at Cannon over Jay-Z's "30 Something" instrumental.

On Monday, Trice doubled down with "SpankyHayes2," over a beat from Detroit producer Dubmuzik. He responds to Cannon's notion that Eminem should travel with caution on the West Coast. He also gives some context behind the titular choice.

"Y'all ain't ready for real/Detroit city bitch, you getting killed," Obie says. "I used to watch Wild'n Out not giving a fuck/Spanky Hayes left we all said 'cut.'"

The beef all started with the release of " Fat Joe's "Lord Above." Eminem rekindled the long-standing beef between him, Cannon, and his wife Mariah Carey.

Cannon quickly responded with two diss tracks of his own, "The Invitation" and "Pray For Him." The latter featured Conceited, Charlie Clips, and Prince Eazy of the Black squad from Wild'n Out. The two exchanged taunts on social media over the last week, with 50 Cent getting jabs of his own in. Cannon mocked Eminem on social media, claiming Eminem's lawyers were contacting him in response to the two tracks.

Last week, Cannon declared the beef was over, and that he was returning to regularly scheduled programming.

H/T: Complex