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Eminem Says He Learned From Treach How To Flow & More

LEGENDS & ICONS - Article By Kevin Douglas

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Eminem recently surprised fans when he dropped Music To Murder By Side B this month (December). Despite being an elder in the rap game, Slim Shady continues to grab the attention of fans across generations.

There are some new generation artists who don’t vibe with the Detroit rap icon such as Lil’ Pump who said the following statement on an Instagram post about being an old rapper.

“F**k Eminem. You is lame as hell, ain’t nobody listening to your old ass,” Pump said in a video posted to his Instagram story. “You lame as f**k, b***h! I woke up on bulls**t today, I’m back on my f**k s**t.”

The Eminem Stan crew came out in defense of the hip hop artist to illustrate how huge of a following Eminem still has despite not being the new kid on the block.

Eminem recently did an interview where he did the exact opposite of Lil’ Pump in terms of showing respect and paying homage to the artists who paved the way for him such as Nas in New York. Eminem admits to rap to be the best rapper still to this day.


Eminem even stated how he learned how to flow from artists like Treach of the iconic group of Naughty By Nature. He admits Treach is one of his greatest rappers of all time.

You can watch the full interview in the video below where Eminem gets candid about the rap game.