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Australian rapper Iggy Azalea isn’t really feeling the new “Killshot” diss song. The Iggy Monster went to social media this week to address Eminem’s hard-hitting Machine Gun Kelly battle rap.

Iggy hopped on Twitter Friday (September 14) to question Em’s bars and even get at Slim Shady for relying on celebrity name-drops in his “Rap Devil” response track.

On Friday, Eminem surprised fans by dropping his Machine Gun Kelly battle record.

Earlier in the week, Em kept things 100 on his issues with Machine Gun Kelly and promised to respond to his “Rap Devil” diss song.

“Now I’m in this f*cking weird thing because I’m like, I gotta answer this motherf*cker. And everytime I do that, it makes that person, as irrelevant as people say I am in hip-hop, I make them bigger by getting to this thing where I’m like, ‘I want to destroy him.’ But I also don’t want to make him bigger. Do you know what I’m saying? Because now you’re a f*cking enemy. So I’ll leave it at that. I’m not exactly sure what I’m going to do at this point. Right now. Because I’m still kind of waiting to see what – [have I heard ‘Rap Devil’ yet?] I heard it. It’s not bad for him. He had some good lines in it. [Did we call Interscope to shelf his music?] F*ck no! I have never – made a call to Diddy, really? I got Diddy’s number, just hit him up? ‘Yo, Diddy, what up?’ Never happened. It didn’t feel like a diss to me, it just felt like, pitiful. Like, ‘Ah, f*ck’ Now I’m feeling bad for something I didn’t even have to do with. So that’s how that happened. So he made a reply to my reply. So regardless of what he wants to say, ‘It’s from six years ago,’ motherf*cker, shut the f*ck up. Shut the f*ck up. I’m telling you the reason I dissed you now. I’m telling you and I’m gonna sit back and wait for a second just to see because if people start firing off and I start trying to answer everybody I dissed on Kamikaze or had words about, I’m going to be going the next f*cking five or six years making diss song after diss song.” (“The Kamikaze Interview Part 2”)

Last week, Machine Gun Kelly updated a Michigan concert crowd on where things stood in their rap feud.

“This is not a battle between Michigan and Ohio,” the Cleveland-based Machine Gun Kelly told the Grand Rapids crowd. “This is a battle between the past and the (expletive) future.” “Knees weak of old age — the real Slim Shady can’t stand up,” MGK continued, as he launched into a live version of “Rap Devil,” his harsh lyrical attack on the veteran Detroit rapper. (USA Today)