The Nick Cannon-Eminem beef flared up again last year after Em mentioned Nick on the Fat Joe track "Lord Knows.'
It was a pretty one-sided affair, with Cannon dropping Shady diss after Shady diss.
While Em didn't further dignify Cannon on wax, he did Tweet about him once.
Months later, Cannon tried to take a victory lap in an interview with Billboard.
"My response was his invitation to Wild 'N Out, and that still stands," Cannon told Billboard when asked about Eminem's lack of response. "It was a month of social commentary, but if you've ever heard me speak on this matter, I always give that dude his props as an icon in hip-hop. I think he knows better now. If he keeps talking about me, I'm gonna keep talking back."
He then made clear that he thinks Em is a guest in the house of Hip Hop. (Which Marshall wouldn't disagree with.)
"When you come from a culture that was built by a community that didn't have something of their own, but were able to embrace it and it became a new conduit of information for a new culture. And when someone comes in and shines in that medium and takes it to the masses, it's the same thing as [what] Elvis Presley [did]. There's nothing wrong with it, but you gotta accept it for what it is," he said.