The track sees him hitting out at Electronica and Budden, after they became involved in messy feuds with Bizarre’s D12 bandmate.
Earlier this week, Electronica slammed the rap icon after he suggested that P.Diddy may have ordered Tupac’s death.
“Joe claim he clean and sober/But he asked me for a Percocet last October/We was on the tour called Never Say Never/I gave you some cocaine when you was under the weather,” he says of Budden on the track.
“Damn, am I talking too much?/Keep sayin’ my name, you ain’t gon’ be walkin’ too much/Bitch, I don’t be doin’ no runnin’/I ain’t gon’ say come to Detroit, because I know you ain’t comin.”
Electronica said earlier this week: “How dare you accuse Diddy of killing Tupac while you completely look pass [sic] Jimmy Iovine and those who profited from his death the MOST.”
For Budden’s part, he responded after Eminem criticised him on ‘The Ringer’, a track from surprise album ‘Kamikaze’.
Somebody tell Budden before I snap, he better fasten it/Or have his body baggage zipped/The closest thing he’s had to hits is smacking bitches.”
“Let me tell you what Joe Budden has thought this entire time. I’ve been better than you this entire fucking decade!”, he said in a recent podcast.
But Bizarre made no mention of Machine Gun Kelly, after the pair became involved in a fierce back-and-forth.