Going all the way back to “Bagpipes From Baghdad” from Em’s , it got really ugly.
Even Carey’s then-husband Nick Cannon took shots at Eminem on the “I’m A Slick Rick” diss record.
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I can’t just sit there and allow someone to disrespect my family and think there aren’t going to be any repercussions.
However you want to deal with it, we can deal with it.
"The Warning" is a hip hop diss song written and performed by American rapper Eminem and produced by Dr.
Dre as part of an ongoing conflict with singer Mariah Carey.
Before I do that, I'd beg Mariah to take me back" (Eminem - "When The Music Stops") But Mariah Carey denied the relationship on "Nick Cannon, I wish you luck with the f- cking whore" (Eminem - "Bagpipes from Baghdad" | Buy)Nick Cannon lashed out at Em via a blog post which he later deleted.
Let's face it, the music video for "Obsessed" even featured a male stalker dressed in Eminem's trademark hooded sweatshirt:"Why are you so obsessed with me?
You should never have intimated we were lovers / When you know very well we never even touched each other." The song's lyrics suggested Eminem was still in love with Carey and "wanted her back": "I want another crack at ya" and "Nick Cannon better back the f**k up. Man to man, let’s meet up and deal with this like adults.
I'm not playing, I want her back, you punk." I felt sorry for him because he must really be stuck in the past. So, Miss Marshall, I'm going to make you wish you never spoke my name and regret the ungodly things you said about my wife.
As a response, Eminem released "The Warning", in which he claims he still has proof of the couple.
Cannon responded to the song with his "I'm a Slick Rick", and even challenged Eminem to a boxing match for charity which never took place.
After, Cannon made a post on his website, defending Carey and expressing his disgust at the rapper's comments, Eminem responded to his comment by saying he meant well and that the song is actually "wishing the couple the best", and later noted that he respected Cannon for his comment, expecting him to defend his wife.