Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley has been having issues with both Bad and Evil.
Last year, Grizzley dropped the track "No Talking," which questioned Eminem's status in the D.
"I run Detroit, n—-s talkin’ ’bout Eminem / Talking that sh*t, I kill you, him, and him," Grizzley spit.
Then, last week, Tee objected to Royce Da 5'9" telling the Breakfast Club that, prior to "No Talking", he had advised Eminem against co-signing Tee with a collab because he felt like Gizzley needed to make it bigger on his own first.
Tee updated his relationship with Em and Royce during an airport chat with TMZ.
"Shout out to Eminem, shout to Royce. I talked to them, I talked Royce the other day. It was really just a big misunderstanding," Tee said.
While he hadn't spoken directly to Shady yet, he called him "the big dog in the city."
"I know he the type of guy you can't just say anything to him," he said of Eminem. " But at the end of the day, coming from where we come from, Detroit, you can't say anything to us and everything just be cool like you ain't say it. So I feel where he coming from."
He was then asked if he thinks he will ever get the Em collab.
"Even if we never do, it's all love," he said.