D12's Bizarre has some words for Joe Budden and Jay Electronica in the wake of their responses to Eminem's latest string of diss tracks. The Detroit native dropped a new song titled "Love Tap" today (Sept. 19) that fires shots at both Budden and Jay Elec.

To review, Em said of Budden on the Kamikaze track "Fall" that "the closest thing he's had to hits is smackin' bitches." Budden, whose group Slaughterhouse was formerly signed to Shady Records, responded on his podcast, in part criticizing Eminem for mentioning D12 on the track.

"Don't tell me on your album how much you love D12," Budden said. "When I look at Bizarre, he don't look like he's doing very well."

On "Love Tap," Bizarre claims that Budden, who went sober years ago, asked him for Percocet last October when they were on a tour titled Never Say Never. (D12 did travel with Budden on a tour by that name, but it took place in 2008.)

"Joe say he clean and sober/But asked me for a Percocet last October/We was on a tour called Never Say Never/I gave you some cocaine when you was under the weather," Bizarre raps.

Electronica, for his part, appears to be getting the smoke for his tweet in the wake of Eminem's latest Machine Gun Kelly diss, "Killshot," which includes a line claiming Diddy ordered the hit on Tupac Shakur.

"How dare you accuse diddy of killing tupac while you completely look pass jimmy iovine and those who profited from his death the MOST," Jay tweeted after the song dropped. "You best tread carefully Son, before i come tear your ivory tower down like Sulaiman done the Templar Knights."

Bizarre responds by mocking the title of Electronica's 2014 compilation What the Fuck Is a Jay Electronica and appears to suggests the rapper sold music to The Source in order to be featured in the magazine's "Unsigned Hyped" column in 2004.

"Niggas singin' like Monica/Who the fuck is a Jay Electronica?/Who is that? I'm tryna, tryna remember/Oh, it's Jarice, the guy that carried the bags/The one that used to sleep on the floor and call the nine dad/The one that sold the tape to The Source," he raps.

Watch Bizarre's "Love Tap" music video below.

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