Hot on the heels of eviscerating rapper Machine Gun Kelly in a record-breaking diss track, Eminem is now setting his sights on a new enemy to beef with: the music critics who savaged his new album Kamikaze. As an editor of the magazine pointed out on Twitter, Eminem took out a full page ad in the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter that rounds up a few choice quotes from publications panning his album (thankfully, he did not include us). See the ad below.

Last week, Eminem shared a visual for the Kamikaze-cut "Lucky You," featuring Joyner Lucas. Revisit that below.

In related news, the Beastie Boys have spoken for the first time on Eminem's liberal usage of their 'Licensed to Ill' album art for 'Kamikaze.' See what they had to say here.

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