Eminem refuses to perform Killshot and lays into Machine Gun Kelly on stage
Fans chanted for Eminem to perform the hit song during a show in Brisbane
Eminem refused to play diss-track Killshot and launched a verbal attack on Machine Gun Kelly during a concert in Australia.
The song is just one part of a long-running feud between the artists and, as a performance in Brisbane reached its climax with a version of the rapper's hit Lose Yourself, fans began chanting for the popular single.
In response, Eminem said: "I would, but I can't give that cocksucker any more fucking light.
"Brisbane, make it home safe. Make some noise for your-fucking-selves and make nothing for MGK."
The rapper labels MGK, real name Richard Colson Baker, a "weird bitch" whose "beard is weird" in the track that became the most-viewed 24-hour YouTube debut for a hip-hop video when released in September, the third highest music video of all time.
Quick to give his take on the incident, MGK took to Twitter, claiming: "[Eminem] made the right decision, not dropping that weak ass song in concert and putting everyone to sleep."
Although Eminem has been listed among the Ohio musician's major influences when listening to rap music as youngster, the pair have been sworn enemies after MGK branded the 8 Mile star's daughter Hailie "hot as fuck" back in 2012.
Since then, the pair have traded insults and diss-tracks, MGK's recent Rap Devil track mocking the 46-year-old's age with lyrics such as "knees weak of old age, the real Slim Shady can't stand up", prompting the release of Killshot.