Coi Leray Makes It Clear That She Has No Issues With Eminem Despite His Long-Standing Feud With Benzino

by Infowhisper

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For the last few months, Coi Leray and her father Benzino have been in a heated and intense back-and-forth exposing their family issues—and the latest chapter in the ongoing saga involves Eminem. Taking to social media, Coi Leray made it abundantly clear that although Benzino has a very public history of beef with Eminem, she does not feel the same.

In a lengthy message posted to her Twitter account, Coi Leray got straight to the point regarding Eminem, as she praised him despite the fact that her father Benzino and Eminem have been feuding for decades.

She tweeted the following message:

“I’m about love, equality, respect and forgiveness. I have nothing against Eminem, 25 years of my life all I know is he a very talented artist and actor ! (8 Mile was great) Let’s build bridges and get over them before you burn the bridge and burn with it. Part of healing is letting the past go.”

 Coi’s message follows Benzino’s series of tweets earlier this week regarding Eminem, when it was announced that he would be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Benzino openly disagreed with Eminem’s induction, specifically over dozens of hip hop pioneers who are Black.

“Eminem has now been inducted to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame before countless Black hip-hop pioneers who paced the way for his success. What message does that send? So where’s Nas, Eric B and RAKIM, Kool Moe D, Epmd, Fearless Four, Fat Boyz, Lauryn Hill, Little Kim, OutKast and 100s other Black rappers?? GTFOH,” Benzino tweeted.

Meanwhile, Benzino also decided to share his new music with his fans, as he previewed a brand new track that’s still untitled.

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