Justin Bieber has slammed Eminem for his attitude towards modern rap music, claiming that the 46-year-old rapper simply “doesn’t understand” the “new generation”.
The 25-year-old Love Yourself singer shared a screenshot to his Instagram story showing Eminem’s 2018 song The Ringer being played on his iTunes , before writing, “I just like Em’s flow but don’t like that he’s dissing new rappers. I like the new generation of rap he just doesn’t understand it.”
Bieber’s taking aim at Eminem seems to be a response to the latter’s brutal lyrical assault directed at the current generation of rappers in his diss track, The Ringer – the opening song on his 2018 surprise album Kamikaze.
In spite of the fact that, in the same Instagram story, Justin Bieber conceded that he loves Eminem’s music. In any case, he doesn’t feel that Eminem truly comprehend the new age of rap.
We have seen big names adulating each other via web-based networking media. Some of the time they even make disputable remarks. Be that as it may, it has occurred without precedent for the historical backdrop of music that one artist has considered to scrutinize the other. Note that, for this situation, the other one is truly experienced and a senior to Justin.
Well! this announcement of Justin has helped up a discussion on Twitter. It has raised a challenge of “who’s ideal” among their fans.
One of The Ringer’s fans remarked on Justin’s analysis over The Ringer, “Imagine thinking that Eminem doesn‘t know what rap is…. Eminem literally paved the way for a whole new section of rap lmao.”
Notwithstanding, Eminem has picked to remain quiet on the issue