Published Dec 16, 2019Nick Cannon seems to be his own biggest fan, after reportedly playing his Eminem diss track "The Invitation" multiple times on the set of Wild 'N Out.
TMZ reports that the host of the battle-rap show took over the DJ booth on set in Atlanta over the weekend and played "The Invitation" more than 20 times.
They allege that he played the song for VIP guests, staff, crew and even over the speakers for those attending in the audience.
Cannon has since taken to Twitter to deny that he played it that many times, tweeting: "I didn't do this! But I should've! LOL."
I didn't do this! But I should've! LOL https://t.co/vsT9QVL9JM— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) December 15, 2019
Nevertheless, TMZ claims that sources at the show are hopeful that Eminem will come on as a guest to rap battle Cannon once and for all. Eminem has not confirmed any such appearance.
The whole feud between Cannon and Eminem was reignited by Em's guest verse on "Lord Above" by Fat Joe and Dre. Cannon responded with "The Invitation," and when Eminem only sent back a couple of tweets, Cannon dropped another diss track called "Pray for Him."
Following that up, Cannon took to Twitter to declare himself the winner of the feud.
The bad blood originally dates back to when Cannon and Mariah Carey were still married. Eminem has long claimed that he dated Carey, which she has always denied. He has mentioned her in a number of high-profile songs throughout his rap career.