It's a case of he said/she said/he said. Eminem set it off after he claimed to have had a torrid dating relationship with singer Mariah Carey, who denied it. Her then husband, Nick Cannon, even offered to defend her honor by meeting the rapper in the ring.
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Rappers Nicki Minaj and Cardi B took their feud to new heights when the two got into a fight leaving a New York Fashion Week party in September 2018. Partygoers posted video of the fight on social media. The pair traded insults in the public eye after and appeared to call a truce in October.
Rappers Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and Ja Rule have a long history of beefing which began in 1999. Their latest incident happened in October 2018 when 50 Cent said he bought 200 tickets to Ja Rule's concert to keep the seats empty. Ja Rule retaliated with some non-flattering, photoshopped images of 50 Cent he posted on social media.
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Kanye West gets into it with lots of folks, the latest being Nick Cannon. West posted a series of videos on his official Instagram account taking Cannon and rapper Drake to task over speculation that Drake had been intimate with West's wife, Kim Kardashian West (she has denied it). Cannon, who formerly dated Kardashian West, responded with his own video on Instagram saying he won't be told what he's allowed to say.
Paris Hilton, left, and Lindsay Lohan's beef dates back to 2006 when Lohan was reportedly linked to Hilton's ex, Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos. There was shade over the years with Lohan remarking on Hilton's famous sex tape that same year and Hilton joking about Lohan "stealing the earrings" in 2011. In July 2018 Hilton started fans buzzing again about their frenemy status after she called Lohan a "pathological liar" on social media.