Eminem dissed Lord Jamar on the song "I Will," off Em's new album Music to Be Murdered By.
"I'm more than you bargained for and I am far more worse than a fourty-some bar Lord Jamar verse / Nothing means more than respect, so when I curse / You could say I swore to protect / My image I have zero time or regard for/ I never was, been claiming rap when it's not yours/ If it was anyone's house G Rap and Rakim would be havin' you mop floors / Run-DMC would be havin' you cleanin' sinks / Yeah, your group was off the chain, but you were the weakest link," Em rhymed.
The Detroit spitter previously took shots at Jamar on the song "Kamikaze after the Brand Nubian rapper called him a culture vulture several times and said he's considered one of the best rappers because he's white.
Jamar has responded to his latest barb. [Jump to 3:05 mark].
"What I figured out is I live rent-free inside Eminem’s f*cking brain," said Jamar during an interview on Vlad TV. "I got squatters’ rights in that bitch. OK? And might I say, it’s f*cking filthy in there. He talks about, ‘Yeah, I be cleaning the sinks for Rakim and all this.’ Yeah, you know what, we clean our f*cking houses, you f*ckin’ filthy piece of trailer park sh*t."
Do you think Lord Jamar is bothered by Em's diss, or does he like it because it puts him in the spotlight a bit?