Shortly after wife Mariah Carey debuted her Obsessed music video on America's Got Talent, the show's host Nick Cannon had a few vague if not evasive tweets for rapper Eminem, who in his recently leaked song The Warning continues to threaten the Grammy-winning singer.
"Those who feed into negativity must examine there purpose on this earth," Cannon's first tweet said Friday. This was followed by "No one but a fool would measure their satisfaction by what the world thinks of him" and "Quote of the day: "Be effective by being selective."
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The America's Got Talent
host also threw in some verses from the Bible, but essentially insinuating, rather ironically, that he will not throw himself in a verbal tussle with Eminem and instead let the rapper embarrass himself with his actions.
In Eminem's song, he continues his claims that he and Carey had something together in the not-so-distant past, adding that he has "enough dirt on you to murder you."
"You probably think since it's been so long, if I had something on you I woulda did it by now," he can be heard rapping on the track. Also on the profanity-laden song, Eminem called the couple a bunch of names, and said he has "pictures" of the singer and that he had slept with her once.
The Warning seems to be in response to Mariah's Obsessed, which debuted on America's Got Talent
. On the song's chorus, she sang "Why you so obsessed with me/lyin' that you're sexin' me." Her camp denies, however, that the lyrics and Mariah's dressing up looking a like Eminem had anything to do with the rapper.
- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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