Em Explains Lady Gaga Diss; 'Bad Meets Evil' In Stores

Detroit rapper Eminem has broken his silence on a recent diss directed at Lady Gaga on the new song "A Kiss" from Bad Meets Evil's new EP, Hell: The Sequel.

The rapper directs slick lines at Katy Perry and Lady Gaga on the track, delivering a line that humorously questions the pop star's sexual gender.  

"Tell Lady Gaga she can quit her job at the post office/She still a 'Mail Lady' /Wouldn't f*ck her with her d*ck/you heard it the verdicts in" Em raps on the track.

Fuse TV's Allison Hagendorf landed an interview with Bad Meets Evil group member Eminem during the Bonnaroo Festival, where he explained his thought process behind the lines on "A Kiss."

"As an artist, you know she's undeniable. That was one of them thing where, sometimes I get a joke in my head and I kinda want to share with the world," Eminem said. "It was just one of those things man, it's all in fun, it's Hip-Hop. But as far as an artist, she's dope. She's an incredible talent."

According to Em, the lines were all in fun and he meant no harm in delivering the clever pun.

Eminem and Royce Da 5'9's as Bad Meets Evil drop their new EP, Hell: The Sequel, today (June 14th).