Royce 5’9 supports Icewear Vezzo‘s inclination to cut the beef with Eminem

Math Hoffa and his crew of My Expert Opinion recently invited Detroit rhymer, Icewear Vezzo to have a sincere and free-flow conversation where one of the topics they touched upon was his criticism of Eminem. Vezzo explained how it all went down and mentioned the phone call he had with Royce 5’9 that eventually led to reconciliation.

Icewear Vezzo stresses that he understands that Eminem does enough for the culture and has no obligation to uplift struggling artists:

Eminem owes us nothing bro. And I think he was thinking we want something from him. We don’t want nothing from you bro. I practice when I preach. Every time a young ni–a come up in my city, I reach out and I’m like ‘ey bro what you need? Is it a verse? It’s a connection? It’s some advice?’ They appreciate that s–t. That s–t go a long way. So, sometimes that’s all it takes. At the end of the day, that’s EMINEM my ni–a!

At the same time, he thinks that Eminem’s somewhat reclusive lifestyle and restraint from being over involved in charitable actions toward Detroit rappers hurts his image and position in the game:

Not saying he owns that to ni–as. It’s just being a boss. We don’t know nothing but few words my ni–a and if you don’t go that for us, it’s all love. But don’t feel awkward when we do get where we get and we push you out.

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Icewear Vezzo also put into contrast the way Royce likes to be involved:

Royce 5’9″ that’s Em’s homie. Homies do a lot of s–t for ni–as. He put calls in. He ain’t talk about it. He don’t post about it. None of that s–t but Royce makes real phone calls. He show ni–as love. He get ni–as real game.

At the end, Vezzo comes to a conclusion that Eminem does not owe anything to anybody and that one of the best rewards a rapper can get is recognition form the Rap God:

And I think we put Em in the position to make him feel like we expecting something or we think dude owe us and it ain’t that bro. So I synced him and it was all love and the first thing I though about was ‘oh you do know who I am?! Damn! Okay!

Royce posted a part of the interview where Icewear Vezzo was talking about him added the caption: “Love and Respect @icewear_vezzo … We gon figure all of this out so we can put this narrative to bed. Once and for all… #DetroitVsEverybody.”

Vezzo instantly replied in the comments: “Real respect.”

It’s nice to see that Detroit’s finest are putting an end to confrontation and focusing on more important things, like great contributions to the hip-hop culture and propelling the genre to new hights.

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