Rapper, slash ex-magazino runner, Benzino updated fans on his past issues with Slaughterhouse in light of the four-member lyrical rap group signing a new deal with Eminem's Shady Records.
"Shout-out to Slaughterhosue," Zino said in an interview with Mikey T The Movie Star. "Congratulations on that Eminem/Shady deal. I probably was real responsible for that. [laughs] Nah, but for real. Big up to my man Slam — Slam had talked to [a mutual] friend of ours from Detroit and I guess we straightened out [our beef]. It's all good. We actually just put them in the last [Hip-Hop Weekly] magazine, talking about they signed to Shady Records — Slaughterhouse is like D12 on steroids. I say that, with no disrespect, just lyrical. They're cats that's lyrical in that whole frame of lyricism…At the end of the day, a n*gga beefing with motherf*ckers, unless it's some real sh*t, I think beefing might not be the way to go moving on to 2012 because — it really has to be about music. If something jumps off, it jumps off. We don't back down from nobody — but at the end of the day, if you want to get your business right and keep your business going, beef ain't gonna help." (Mikey T The Movie Star DVD)
Benzino – Talks Slaughterhouse, D12