Coi Leray Calls Rap Beef 'Embarrassing' After Eminem Mentions Her on Dad Benzino's Diss Track

Not pleased with Eminem name-dropping her on 'Doomsday Pt. 2', the 26-year-old femcee makes it clear on X, formerly Twitter, that she 'got no issues with no one' because she's 'so locked in on my grown and sexy vibes.'

AceShowbiz - Coi Leray was furious after being dragged into Eminem's feud with her dad, Benzino. Having been name-dropped by Em on "Doomsday Pt. 2", in which he dissed his longtime nemesis, the "Players" hitmaker took to social media to get things off her chest.

On the track, which was released on Friday, January 26, Eminem raps, "Well, I guess then I regret to inform you, hate to spoil the day." He adds, "But this doesn't bring me no joy to say/ Guess that Coi Leray feat' is in the toilet, ay?"

Hours later, Coi turned to X, formerly Twitter to give her response. "Rap beef is so washed and tired. Exhausting. Embarrassing," the 26-year-old argued. "Just f**king over all corny as f**k."

"I got no issues with no one. I'm so locked in on my grown and sexy vibes… if anybody don't like me, that's something they gotta take on with them selves," she added. "There's no way I'm about to entertain these grown a** men and the beef they been having for over 20years . Lmao it's so stupid all I can do is laugh. 2 decades later ?? gtfoh im grown. Move along. Go Stream my s**t."

The raptress also denied wanting an Eminem feature. "Man who the hell said I wanted a Eminem feature ?? [crying laughing emojis]]. "Imagine Eminem on Wanna Come thru?"

The new diss track came as a surprise since Benzino declared in March 2022 that his beef with Eminem "is officially over." He announced on X at the time, "To all @Eminem fans & Stans all over the world, the beef is officially over."

"I'm letting y'all know I have no hate towards any of his fans & recognize his contributions to Hip Hop," the "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star added. "He truly is apart of the culture & 1 of the best to rock the mic regardless of his color."

Benzino started feuding with Eminem in the early 2000s. At that time, "The Monster" spitter complained about not getting a deserving rating in The Source magazine, which was owned by the TV personality. Later, the reality star publicized lyrics from the emcee's song in which he dissed black women.

Eminem then issued a public apology, admitting that the song was made following his nasty breakup with a black girlfriend. However, Eminem still sued The Source for defamation and copyright infringement, which he later dropped.

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