Slaughterhouse is no more. And maybe that's a good thing, because Royce Da 5'9" and Joe Budden aren't seeing eye-to-eye on Eminem, the man who brought them together.
Royce is still sore at Budden for criticizing Eminem's recent output, in particular the track "Untouchable." Budden called the highly political cut “one of the worst records he's ever heard,” and said he wasn't comfortable with how Eminem was wading into racial issues.
In a new interview with Angie Martinez, Royce said he thought there was a troll aspect to Budden's critique of Shady.
"A little bit. I think if he had just said, ‘You know, I’m not feeling this one,’ I don’t think it would’ve garnered the attention," Royce said when Angie brought up the T-word.
“I’m a really reasonable person...I can totally understand that: You’re in the heat of the moment and then you just go a little too far,” Royce continued. “And if it comes with an apology, you know, we’re having a whole different conversation ... I think [Joe] owes [Eminem] an apology."
Should Joe say he's sorry?
Jump to the 21-minute mark to hear Royce weigh in on Joe vs. Shady.