Yesterday, Nick Cannon released another Eminem diss track titled "Pray for Him." The new diss follows "The Invitation," which dropped in response to Em's verse on Fat Joe's song "Lord Above," in which he alluded to a relationship with Mariah Carey and reignited the now decade-old beef. Twitter, however, does not seem to be here for any of Cannon's retaliations.

On both tracks, Cannon enlisted The Black Squad and touched on Eminem's past struggles with drug addiction, an alleged sex tape, and, of course, defended his ex-wife, Carey. "The Invitation," in particular, was produced by Hitmaka and features snippets from a jail phone call with Suge Knight.

The response, as you might expect, has been pretty savage. Some Eminem fans clowned the songs, some people were left disappointed by Cannon's response, while others were simply confused by Suge Knight's involvement in all of this. Read some of the best reactions and memes below.

Nick Cannon's diss track didn't stick

What would Eminem do?

Of course, the memes came through quick

Eminem vs anybody is always fun to watch

2019 is still full of surprises

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