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Method Man unravels the cause of the feud between Eminem and Snoop Dogg

The dispute between the two rappers dates back to July 2020 when Snoop fired the first shot. After an exchange of messages between the two rappers, Method Man arrives to put a cold cloth on the beef and even explains the psychological reasons for it. So deep! Keep reading and you will find out more.

  • On July 29th, 2020, rapper Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. AKA Snoop Dogg revealed during an interview with The Breakfast Club that Eminem did not qualify to be in his top 10 rappers of all time and more.
  • Marshall Mathers responded with music and  shot back to Snoop's statements in the song Zeus, which is part of the deluxe edition of "Music To Be Murdered By", released in December 2020.
  • As a curious fact, these two rappers have shared the stage on more than one occasion and both were discovered and launched to fame by the iconic Dr. Dre.
     

Clifford Smith Jr AKA Method Man dared to comment on the dispute between Snoop Dogg and Eminem and even gave a psychological assessment of the fact.

During his participation in My Expert Opinion podcast, the former Wu Tang Clan gave his view on the alleged dispute stating that things went further due to the fact that Snoop's statements were made publicly.

Eminem himself had already revealed that it was not the content of the statements but the tone and context in which they were made what offended him.

This is exactly what Method Man highlights from the case.

He believes that it is not the same to give a personal opinion about the music of a colleague in an intimate and face-to-face way than to do it in a public and mass way.

For the 49-year-old rapper, words can take on an entirely different dimension when not expressed in a safe environment. Regarding this, MM believes that Eminem would never give his personal opinion on the music of Snoop Dogg publicly but rather would do it privately.

Snoop Dogg and Eminem.

Quite the opposite of the singer of "Drop It Like It's Hot", who according to him, "is not even a rapper anymore" and "Everything he says is public forum".

In short, the former partner of Redman believes that perhaps Eminem took things very seriously and should not have been offended by the fact that SD did not like his music.

We leave you the complete Method Man interview below.

Kelsey Miller

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