Benzino Comes For Eminem With New Diss Song “Vulturius”

With a new song titled “Vulturius,” Benzino stands up to Eminem by making fun of Slim Shady’s drug overdose and the passing of his pal Proof.

In his most recent song, “Doomsday Pt. 2,” Eminem made fun of the former publisher of The Source magazine. Now, his former adversary has responded with some vicious jabs of his own.

He uses a sample of JAY-Z’s “Where I’m From” beat on “Vulturius.” As the song comes to an end, the 58-year-old makes fun of Em’s appearance and poses queries regarding his sexual orientation.

Eminem’s recent collaboration with Lyrical Lemonade reignited their dispute, which dates back to the mid-2000s. Eminem made fun of Benzino’s physical appearance and financial difficulties in “Doomsday Pt. 2.”

Benzino had declared in March 2022 that their feud was ended, but he hasn’t stopped making public jabs at Eminem. Later that year, he attacked Em’s followers and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for inducting the rapper before Black musicians like Nas and Lauryn Hill.

Meanwhile, rap sensation Coi Leray, Benzino’s daughter, who was also name-dropped by Em, has washed her hands clean of this beef and any other form of unnecessary industry feuding. Leaving the beef of over two decades to the men involved, Coi proudly stated that she is now in her grown and sexy era.

But in the meantime, listen to her dad’s new diss single here:

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