Waka Flocka Flame Says Andre 3000 Raps Better Than Eminem
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Hot on heels of Eminem's renewed feud with Nick Cannon, the 'Flockaveli' rapper tells his online fans that the OutKast member can out-rap the Slim Shady any day.

AceShowbiz - Waka Flocka Flame shared his thoughts about Eminem following the renewed beef between the Slim Shady and Nick Cannon. The "Flockaveli" star named one person who could rap better than Marshall Mathers and it's not the former husband of Mariah Carey.

"I was arguing someone about 3 stacks can out rap Eminem any day. Let's debate," the Atlanta rapper wrote a quick note on Instagram, referring to OutKast's Andre 3000 (Andre Benjamin). He added in the caption, "I f**k with both but Dre taking this one home for the south!!!"

While Waka Flocka didn't take sides in the feud between Em and Nick, the likes of 50 Cent, Charlamagne Tha God, and Joyner Lucas made it clear whom they were rooting for.

50 Cent, a longtime friend of Eminem's, blasted Nick's diss track, "Hey Nick that s**t was trash, I oughta kick you in yo a** when I see you PUNK!" The G-Unit star also said, "I don't understand to save my life why someone would pick a fight with EM. He is a different kinda animal, I haven't seen a mother**ker come close to beating him man."

In response, Nick insinuated that 50 Cent was an uncle Tom. The former "America's Got Talent" host compared Fiddy to a servant (played by Samuel L. Jackson) who betrayed his own people in Quentin Tarantino's 2012 slavery movie "Django Unchained".

Joyner, another collaborator of the Slim Shady, also allied himself with the Bad Meets Evil star. "Aye @NickCannon you better stop rap jumping my n***a marshall before me, 50, Royce, Crooked I, Lloyd Banks, J. Cole, Kendrick, Logic, Tech N9ne, Big Sean, and King Los get busy on yo a**," he wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Charlamagne claimed Nick won the battle. "First of all, Eminem lost and the reason he lost is because he made Nick Cannon do what none of us want him to do and that's rap," he said. The "Breakfast Club" radio show host also said Eminem lost in his battle against Machine Gun Kelly last year.

Eminem reignited his feud with Nick Cannon by calling Nick "p***y whipped" in Fat Joe's new song "Lord Above". Nick fired back in his own song called "The Invitation", claiming that the Slim Shady was a closeted gay who was caught by his chauffeur giving another man oral sex. In another track titled "Pray for Him", he lamented, "God should've took Em and let us keep Juice WRLD."

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