Fat Joe profited from the lockdowns and used the unplanned free time to create an Instagram Live show where he interviews popular public figures on subjects ranging from music, film and sports.
“Everybody was dropping during the Covid so I was scared myself and then one day my daughter, she was fourteen, she was like, ‘Dad why don’t you go on your Live?’ So I start talking to people and then the next day we went on again and the next day. She was like, ‘Just keep going on at 8:00 o’clock and this is going to be a show.’ And we’ve had everybody from Dr. Fauci to Mike Tyson to you,” Joe said.
Cannon raved keenly about the show and the role it played in helping him end his decade long beef with Eminem.
“Your show is so entertaining, so real and authentic and it helps people,” Cannon said. “And Honestly, I gotta keep it a stack, this brother right here helped end the beef with me and Eminem on his show. And it wasn’t no ‘real beef’ but Joe was like, ‘I gotta get you two brothers together, man.’”
Fat Joe said he called up Eminem and told him, “This gotta stop. You both my friends, my brothers, you both beautiful people. I don’t even know what this is about.”
As you’re aware Eminem and Nick Cannon have been feuding for quite a while. Various jabs have been fired between the two over the years, but Eminem reignited the beef February 2020 on the Fat Joe and Dre track “Lord Above.”
“know me and Mariah didn’t end on a high note/But that other dude’s whipped, that pussy got him neutered,” raps Eminem.
“Tryna tell him his chicks a nut ‘fore he got his jewels clipped/Almost got my caboose kicked/Fool, quit, you not gon’ do shit/I let her chop my balls off too before I lost to you, Nick.”
From there, Cannon fired back with multiple diss tracks, including “The Invitation” and “Pray For Him.”
Royce 5’9 confirmed last year that the beef between Eminem and Nick Cannon is “water under the bridge.