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Eminem had some words for Diddy’s network, REVOLT TV and it wasn’t very kind.

Slim Shady recently joined Griselda rapper, Conway, on his newest track, “Bang.” Although Em’s final verse is pretty abrasive, a leaked version of his original verse recently surfaced. Let’s just say Em got some things off his chest in this one. The 47-year-old rap legend took shots at both Diddy’s REVOLT TV network and his former Slaughterhouse rapper, Joe Budden.

“Shoutout to Puff Combs, but f**k Revolt. Y’all are like a f**ked up remote. Now I get it why our button’s broke. Cause you pressing him but do nothing though, especially when it comes to punches thrown.”

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The TV network took to their social media to give Slim the same energy.

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Now back to our movement. ✊🏿

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There’s no word whether or not that came from the top down, but it certainly addressed the situation. Now they shift the focus “back to (our) the movement.”

Before hearing the next bar, one may question Eminem’s beef with Revolt TV despite showing love to its owner. He then shifts his attention to State of The Culture Host and REVOLT TV employee, Joe Budden. Shady then recalls Budden’s incident with the Migos back at the 2017 BET Awards pre-show.

“Tell this journalist stick to the stuff he knows, like always running from Migos,” raps Em.

In the infamous interview, Budden, a former Complex employee storms off the set and seemed annoyed with his interviewees. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff, didn’t take the disrespect lightly and red carpet security had to intervene.

Since then Joe and Migos have allegedly squashed any beef. Joe and Quavo was spotted for a photo-op at the tail end of last year.

Despite this, Eminem has no interest in reconciling with Joe Budden. As a result, he takes shots at his employer. Peep the song “Bang” here.