Machine Gun Kelly Gets Booed Off Stage During ‘Rap Devil’ Performance

Brunilde Fioravanti
Сентября 19, 2018

Turns out the real victor in the battle between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly is a dude named Ronny J. The producer (real name Ronald Spence Jr.) is credited on both of the songs that have been fuelling the ongoing war of words between the two rappers. It now has over 72 million views on the site.

YouTube said "Killshot" also had the third-highest debut of any song in the site's history, and the track is on top of the site's United States trending chart.

Eminem had the world anxiously awaiting his response to MGK's diss track, "Rap Devil", and according to a report from Billboard, Em's highly anticipated response had quite the effect in terms of Youtube ratings. Ronny J produced and co-wrote Em's Kamikaze track "Not Alike", on which the rapper berated MGK for making comments about his daughter Hailie - something he famously punished Ja Rule for back in the day, as well.

Eminem released "Killshot" 11 days after Kelly dissed him in the song "Rap Devil", in which Kelly accused the Detroit rapper of trying to hinder his career by barring him from the Sirius XM channel Shade 45, which Eminem owns. "You think I actually f--in" think about you?

Social media is a breeding ground of misrepresentation and many attendants have since countered this image by releasing statements and video footage of the rapper receiving choruses of boos during his performance.

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