Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's Diss Tracks Were Produced By the Same Guy

Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly's Diss Tracks Were Produced By the Same Guy
Turns out the real winner in the battle between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly is a dude named Ronny J.
 
The producer (real name Ronald Spence Jr.) is credited on both of the songs that have been fuelling the ongoing war of words between the two rappers.
 
Ronny J produced and co-wrote Em's Kamikaze track "Not Alike," on which the rapper berated MGK for making comments about his daughter Hailie — something he famously punished Ja Rule for back in the day, as well.
 
MGK responded with "Rap Devil," attacking Eminem's facial hair, sweatsuits and "corny hats," and lamenting Em for banning MGK's music from his Shade 45 radio station.
 
Eminem has since responded with "Kill Shot," which Kelly has rebranded as a  "#legshot" — implying that Em's aim missed.
 
Despite the seemingly explosive rap feud, the authenticity of the animosity between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly has now been called into question given that they shared a producer on their diss tracks.
 
See some of the reactions from fans on Twitter below.
 
Others are convinced the stunt is just the lead-up to a collaboration between the pair, though only time will tell.
 
In other recent Ronny J news, he has a co-producer credit on Kanye West and Lil Pump's recent collaboration "I Love It."