Remember that absolute roasting Twitter handed to Nick Cannon at the end of last year for attempting to take on Eminem? Well, it looks like he's taken all that heat and put it into yet another diss track, this time aimed at all of Eminem's fans. Yep, brace yourself — he's slamming everyone for "dick ridin' lil Marshall Mathers."

The three-minute-thirty track titled "Used to Look Up to You" appears on Cannon's new mixtape, The Miseducation of the Negro You Love to Hate. And he does not hold back in it, spitting lines like, "N***as out here tweetin' like they been a savage / Used to Look Up to You / Dick ridin' lil Marshall Mathers / Had to put on my turban like I'm Aladdin / N**as out here cappin', Black Lives Matter."

Eminem reignited his beef with Cannon back in December when he referenced his alleged romance with Cannon's ex-wife Mariah Carey on Fat Joe's track, "Lord Above." Since then, Cannon flung three diss tracks — "The Invitation," "Pray for Him," and "Canceled: Invitation," while Em simply sat back and let Twitter do the talking for him.

Listen to the new track below.

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