The beef between Eminem and Die Antwoord is so longstanding it seems almost futile at this point. Yet, instead of letting bygones be bygones, the Detroit rapper sent out another shot to the South African group on Kamikaze track, "Greatest." During his verse, the rapper implies that frontman Ninja let his now ex-wife and groupmate Yolandi Visser "get fucked by Muggs," the renowned DJ for Cypress Hill.

While the pair did have history, Ninja refused to stand down, appearing alongside Visser for a humorous clapback. "It sounds like you missed us," Visser says as the video begins. After which, Ninja clears the air with a quick fire round of bars. "Yolandi's not my girl bra," he confirms.

"She’s just my best friend who loves me/And everybody knows Vissy dated Muggzy/Mad respect to my brother Muggs/Em you slipping/You used to rap better on drugs." He later spits, "We bred these kids Em they ain't giving no fucks/But they not feeling your rhymes or your botox."

For the full response, check out the video above.

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