Nick Cannon Is Challenging Eminem to a $100K USD Rap Battle

The “Wild ‘N Out” host isn’t afraid.

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During an interview with DJ Tim Westwood, Nick Cannon revealed that he’s looking to battle someone for $100,000 USD. With a desire to get back into the rap game, the Wild ‘N Out host wants to take on the best of the best by specifically challenging Eminem to be his opponent. The two have had an ongoing feud since the late ’00s, so the call-out is an interesting proposition, not to mention Em’s longstanding success in the battle rap world. When Westwood mentioned their history, Cannon didn’t seem bothered replying, “I’m trying to find him. Where is he?” He plans on donating the winnings to a children’s hospital. We doubt the actual battle will ever take place but it’s certainly entertaining to think about. Watch the clip above for the full interview.

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