Nick Cannon & Holy Bible vs Eminem

We all heard Mariah Carey’s whack diss song “Obsessed” to Eminem. And I hope you heard his response back to her “Warning” if you haven’t, take a quick listen please.. He bodied her career.

Anyways, in response to the “Warning,” Nick Cannon uses the Holy Bible to respond back.  Using twitter to attack Eminem.. Nick Cannon had some very entertaining updates in response to the diss track. These were the tweets:

“Quote of the day: ‘Never argue with fools because from a distance people can’t tell who is who,’ ” he tweeted Friday.

“Be patient in the moment of anger and escape a hundred days of sorrow!” (often erroneously cited as a Chinese proverb) he followed up.

Four minutes later, he tweeted Booker T. Washington’s quote, “I will permit no man to narrow or degrade my soul by making me hate him.”

“Never take your own revenge,” he wrote, quoting the Bible, “but rather give place unto the wrath. For it is written that vengeance is mine, I will repay … PREACH!” (from Romans 12:19). Also in there was another Bible quote, “I will bless those that bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse,” from Genesis 12:3. (Info Provided by MTV)

LOL Nick Cannon done went and pulled out the bible on Em. Now any response Em gives will make him look terrible because Nick Cannon DONE WENT AND PULLED THE BIBLE OUT ON EM!! I’m sure em doesn’t even care though.. so a response back will be very entertaining and greatly appreciated by his fans. Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey need to take the L already.

side note: i recently got a twitter. comment if you got one so i can follow. thanks.


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