Last week Eminem came out of no where with a new album, Kamikaze, and like the Marshall of old, he came out firing.
Eminem took shots at just about anyone and everyone, see the list below:
But one of the more interesting names left off that list is that of Ja Rule, who beefed with Eminem back in 2002.
Their beef was originally a result of prior drama between Ja and 50 Cent, but became a lot more personal when Ja mentioned Eminem's daughter Hailie in his 2002 diss-track "Loose Change."
Em, you claim your mother's a crackhead, And Kim is a known s**t, So what's Hailie gon' be when she grows up
Eminem retaliated shortly after with "Doe Ra Me" in 2003, but has just mentioned the beef again in a verse from the track "Greatest," saying:
"God forbid I forget, go and jump out the window, somebody better child-proof it, 'cause if I lose it we can rewind to some old Ja Rule s**t, and I can remind motherf***ers I'll do s**t."
But Ja was quick to respond, after fans brought the line to his attention on Twitter:
I think we can all agree that it's best to keep Eminem's family out of your diss tracks, if you don't wanna still be hearing about it 16 years later.