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Diddy's Revolt Claps Back at Eminem After Leaked Diss

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401611 104: Rapper P. Diddy poses backstage during the 44th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center February 27, 2002 in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Getty Images)

Diddy's media company REVOLT isn't playing any games. 😳

An unheard Eminem verse on a Conway the Machine leak, titled "BANG," surfaced earlier this week, and the rapper takes shots at Revolt and Joe Budden, who hosts the State of the Culture talk show for the site.

"Shout to Puffy Combs, but f*ck Revolt / Y’all are like a f*cked up remote / Now I get it why our buttons broke / 'Cause you press him but he don't do nothing though / Especially when it comes to punches thrown," he raps.

Later, he subtly references Budden's infamous run-in with the Migos at the 2017 BET Awards, where the hip-hop personality walked off the set of an interview with the Atlanta trio.

"Wasted tissue, tell this journalist stick to the stuff he knows / Like always runnin' from Migos," Em says near the middle of his rant.

Word of the diss got around to the Revolt team and they didn't take long to respond, posting on Instagram and Twitter, "F*ck You Too Eminem," with the caption, "Now back to our movement. ✊🏿," on the 'Gram.

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Budden, on the other hand, was much more reserved in his indirect nod toward the call out, tweeting that he "loves everybody!" and "really just be trying to chill."

Elsewhere on the song, Em shows love to the late Mac Miller: "RIP Mac Miller."

A couple of years ago, Eminem stepped on Diddy's toes when he accused him of ordering "the hit that got [Tupac] killed" on his Machine Gun Kelly diss track, "Killshot."

"But, Kells, the day you put out a hit’s the day Diddy admits / That he put the hit out that got Pac killed, ah!” he unapologetically raps.

While Diddy never publicly responded, he cryptically told Budden, of all people, that the matter is "in my hands."

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