Slaughterhouse’s Royce Da 5’9 recently weighed in his thoughts of Odd Future leader Tyler, the Creator trashing Eminem’s new Shady XV compilation project.
Instead of taking offense, Royce said he respected Tyler’s opinion.
“I don’t really have much of a take on it. What can you say? He said his opinion. It’s the kid’s opinion and what am I gonna do? Get mad at him? We’re living in that era now, man. That’s like I go over to a girl house that I’m trying to smash and her little kid [or] little baby brother is in there and he’s like, ‘You smell like marijuana!’ And everybody laugh because it’s the little kid and he’s saying something crazy. And everybody cares because it’s the little kid with the voice. That’s kind of how it is, man. I don’t care, man. What am I gon’ do about that?” (VLAD TV)
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Royce also said fans should realize Em put an honest effort into the recently released Shady XV album.
“Whatever your favorite [Eminem] music is, be it Relapse, The Marshall Mathers LP, The Eminem Show, the same amount of time he spent on that music, and the same amount of passion and effort and how dear to his heart he holds that music, he holds Shady XV. He worked just as hard on Shady XV. You talk about one body of work, you may as well be talking about the rest of the sh*t.” (VLAD TV)
According to reports, Tyler relied on Twitter to dish out his feelings on the release last month.
The tweet has since been taken down, since the Odd Future leader probably doesn’t want to be on the Detroit raper’s bad side, but that didn’t stop him from speaking negatively about it. “I love you Marshall, you are my favorite rapper, but dude ‘ShadyXV’ is f—ing ASS,” he reportedly wrote. “Hahaha, why won’t someone who loves him tell him NO,” which suggests that Tyler is confused about why people in Em’s camp weren’t more honest with him about the project. (The Boom Box)
Following his unexpected remarks, Tyler appeared to acknowledge them with a Twitter post.
ok now im gonna delete everything goodbye
— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 28, 2014