D12 has responded to Nick Cannon‘s new “I’m A Slick Rick” track, in which he calls out the group’s boss, Eminem.
Laughing off the seriousness of Cannon’s record, D12’s Bizarre cautioned the actor/rapper against going after Em.
“I heard it,” Bizarre told radio host Angela Yee. “It was absolutely terrible. Terrible. He was trying to act like he was Slick Rick. He was terrible and [just] a God awful rapper. But him trying to do a Slick Rick accent was just absolutely horrible…You don’t want that one-on-one with Marshall. Nick, you don’t want that one-on-one.” (Shade 45)
Last weekend, Cannon dropped the diss record, accusing Em of avoiding a face-to-face confrontation.
“Now once upon a time in a far away life,” Nick raps using Slick Rick’s tone of voice. “There lived a young man who was so outstanding, to make it interesting it’s me, Nick Cannon — Now here’s a little something that needs to be heard/Yo I’ma serve this clown, now/Word, Nick?/Word/I don’t know if I should hit him because he’s feminine Slick, excuse me Eminem why you lying on your d*ck?/Erectile dysfunction, you wanna get ‘em up — I see your mouth moving but you soft, Teddy Ruxpin/I tried to holla at you at the BET show, but you were scared of the trouble/More security than the Pope/And while you was in your bubble, I was rolling dolo, any time your face is in the streets is some signs for promo/Oh no, there’s been a mistake, see my name is Slick Nick, not Shady Flakes/I’ma mop you up with my wop like it’s ’88…” (“I’m A Slick Rick”)
Cannon also posted links to “I’m A Slick Rick” on Twitter.
“About to drop a Hilarious song from my new Mixtape “The Great Adventures of Slick Nick” today called “Ima Slick Rick” Stay tuned…,” he wrote yesterday (September 10).
“Here is the first snippet from the Great Adventures of Slick Nick mixtape http://bit.ly/dzt42v” (Nick Cannon’s Twitter)
Over the summer, Em said he no longer had any beef against his ex-girlfriend and Cannon’s wife, Mariah Carey.
“You know what? I got to be honest. I really don’t want to talk about her anymore only just because it’s kind of like the last thing I said about her was on ‘Cold Wind Blows.’ I made the comment, [‘Take a look at Mariah next time I inspire you to write a song.’], I don’t want to keep beating a dead horse. I’m not even going to comment about it. I’m done with that whole situation. I said what I had to say. I’m done.” (VIBE)
Check out D12’s response to Nick Cannon below: