Machine Gun Kelly seemed to put Jack Harlow back in his place after he claimed on his latest album that he was “the toughest white boy” since Eminem jack man
On Saturday (May 6), 33-year-old Kelly – real name Colson Baker – released his latest song Renegade Freestyle on his YouTube channel.
Rapping over the instrumental to Jay-Z and Enimem’s 2001 “Renegade,” Kelly addressed Harlow by saying, “I see why they call you Jackman / You jacked all that man’s swag / Give Drake his.” Flow back man.”
Kelly’s lyrics appear to relate directly to the title of Harlow’s third studio album, which he released on April 28 last month.
On the second track from Harlow’s album, They Don’t Love It, he raps that he “aspires to be the most dominant of all time” and boldly declares he’s “the toughest white boy” since Eminem.
“And hold back on the comments / ‘Cause I promise I’m honestly better / Than whoever just came to mind,” says Harlow.
Several fans responded to Kelly’s dissidents on Twitter, writing: “Machine Gun Kelly goes on Jack Harlow’s head with this cipher. Put the boy in a blender.”
“Machine Gun Kelly slams Jack Harlow for stealing Drake’s Flow,” commented a second.
A third said they were “all for it”. “After he knocked out Eminem, hip-hop got boring,” they said, referring to the two rappers’ famous feud in 2018.
Back then, Kelly had seemingly eclipsed Eminem in his track “Rap Devil,” calling him “the big bad bully of the rap game.”
Their apparent conflict seemed to date back to 2012, when 22-year-old Kelly tweeted that Eminem’s 16-year-old daughter, Hailie Jade, was “hot as f***.”
During a later appearance on Power 105.1’s radio show The Breakfast ClubKelly apologized for his comments and admitted he “didn’t know how old” Hailie was at the time.