Eminem may undeniably be top 10 emcees to ever touch the mic with over 172 million albums sold to date. Eminem singlehandedly put Detroit on the map during his Hip Hop reign.
Rocaine, a newly signed member of Chief Keef’s Glo Gang, downplayed Em’s influence on Detroit’s music scene in responds to fans on Twitter.
According to Caine, Blade Icewood and Dej Loaf put the D on.
Dej, as everyone knows, grew in popularity after her “Try Me” music video went viral.
Blade Icewood, born Darnell Lindsay, was a popular West Side rapper who was gunned down in April 19, 2005.
Caine recently stirred controversy after calling into question Big Sean’s street credibility.
He said he’s never seen the G.O.O.D. Music rapper in Detroit.
“Big Sean cool but I never seen him in Detroit. Must’ve been a house n***a,” he wrote.
Rocaine immediately drew some criticism for his remarks.
Twitter user @KingJayx wrote, “At least [Big Sean] ain’t out here rappin bout shooting n****s n s**t like that.”
Rocaine replied, “Can’t shoot a n***a in the house.”
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Rocaine (Glo Gang) Downplays Eminem; Says Blade Icewood and Dej Loaf Put Detroit On
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