Joe Budden Says He’s Been a Better Rapper Than Eminem for the Last Decade

Joe Budden finally has some words for Eminem who had a lot to say about him on the surprise album, Kamikaze.

Recall that Em angrily lashed out at all those he had qualms with. “I feel like I want to punch the world in the fucking face right now,” rapped the Detroit native, who then went on to call out a bunch of folks, including Joe Budden, Drake, Machine Gun Kelly, Ja Rule, and many others.

To Budden, he said on the track Fall: “Somebody tell Budden before I snap, he better fasten it/ Or have his body baggage zipped/ The closest thing he’s had to hits is smacking bitches.” 

The duo’s complicated relationship has stretched for years, even though Budden still remain signed to Shady Records. But things went pretty downhill after Budden negatively criticised Em’s last album Revival. And it was why Em called in out in Kamikaze.

Now, Budden is lashing out.

In a new recording of his own podcast, Budden claims he is now a better rapper, that Em has not had anything interesting to say in the past decade. “I’ve been better than you this entire decade…You gotta say something. You have not said anything for the better part of a whole decade. You have rhymed a bunch of words,” he said.”

And he said a lot more. Watch the video below.

And what do folks thinks of Budden’s outburst?


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