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"Zeus" is an archetypal Eminem mixture of boasts and barbs during which he takes shots at several other rappers and continues to reiterate he is a "Rap God."

Em starts off the song of by alluding to what he considers the poor taste of the many hip-hop fans who bought Tekashi 6ix9ine's music after he'd been released from prison. She says I am trash, but she listens to Tekashi He then segues into a poke at his longstanding nemesis Machine Gun Kelly. Fair weather, wishy-washy. She thinks Machine washed me Marshall Mathers also alludes to his beef with Kelly on another Music to Be Murdered By track, "Gnat," where he raps, "They come at me with machine guns. Like trying to fight off a gnat."

Other rappers Eminem jabs on this track include Chance The Rapper, Future, and Migos. They did it to Chance Next they'll be mentionin' Future in the past tense Or sayin' "Adiós" to Migos Chance The Rapper's 2019 album The Big Day was a critical and commercial failure. Em is warning other leading acts, such as Future and Migos, to look out for themselves as fans can be fickle. Em also throws some shade at Snoop Dogg. Last thing I need is Snoop doggin' me Man, dog, you was like a damn god to me Nah, not really I had dog backwards Slim Shady's animosity stems from a Snoop interview in July 2020 on The Breakfast Club. During his conversation, the Californian MC explained his reasoning for not including Eminem in his Top 10 list of all-time rappers, attributing most of Em's success to Dr. Dre. When The Breakfast Club asked Em about Snoop's comments he said he had no problem with not being ranked with '90s rappers such as KRS One and Big Daddy Kane and admitted he wouldn't be here without Dre. It was Snoop's last statement that caught him off guard. "It threw me for a loop," he said. "I probably could've gotten past the whole tone and everything, but it was the last statement where he said, 'Far as music I can live without, I can live without that s--t.' Now you're being disrespectful." In an October 2021 interview with The Breakfast Club, Snoop revealed the pair have since ended their quarrel. The California rapper explained he got annoyed after Eminem declined his offer of appearing on an album. "I felt like I was out of pocket. I apologized to him, and I let him know and I'm just bettering myself. I make mistakes," he said. "I ain't perfect, I'm Snoop Dogg."

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