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The rapper dropped the lengthy song this week as part of his 10th studio album, Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind.
In the track, titled 'The Black Slim Shady', the rapper says: "I never heard you in a club, I never heard you in a bar. Eleven albums and 10 never got played inside of my car."
He also makes reference to Hailie, 26, with a line mimicking Eminem's song 'Stan' saying: "Dear Slim, Hailie's with me and she's unharmed for now (Dad, I'm really scared). These are the deepest secrets, I keep and I be on defence. 'Cause G's ain't supposed to fold up."
Eminem hasn't publicly responded to the track at the time of writing (12 August), but The Game's attempts to provoke him weren't limited to the song.
The post received thousands of likes and comments and managed to capture the attention of The Game, who gave a nod to Hailie's dad as he wrote: "Can she rap?"
The comment quickly racked up thousands of likes, but hundreds of Eminem fans also responded to defend the 'Lose Yourself' rapper.
One person wrote: "your [sic] good I love your music but Eminem would smash you in a battle brotha no disrespect.”
Another appeared to make reference to Machine Gun Kelly as they commented: “maybe not but shes [sic] more relevant than you and your career. Look at the last artist that talked about Ems daughter you’ll be next.”
Eminem appeared to diss Kelly in tracks on his Music To Be Murdered By album after the rapper called Hailie 'hot as f*ck' in a 2012 post.
Though many believe The Game is determined to rile up Eminem, some have expressed belief his 10-minute track released this week is actually a tribute to Eminem.
One fan wrote: "Shoutout to The Game, bro made the best tribute to Eminem I've heard in a long time. Really poured his heart and soul into this."
Only time will tell whether Eminem will respond to the track - diss or not - but his history with Kelly indicates he wouldn't be afraid to do so.