The verbal fight between Eminem and ex House of Pain rapper Everlast enters another round on Em's song "Quitter." It was recorded last week with his group D-12. Available only on Napster and radio, the song instructs fans to beat-up Everlast with sticks, bricks and stuff. Em' told MTV News that he has no plans to release the song commercially because he does not want to give Everlast anymore press or cause him to have another heart attack. The conflict started when they met in 1998. Each tells a different story of how one disrespected the other. Everlast threw the first verbal punch on record with the remix version of "Ear Drums Pop," a Dilated Peoples track. Em' responded with "I Remember." "Whitey's Revenge" was Everlast's next blow and "Quitter" is the latest in their beef.See Also:
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