Eminem’s juvenile song “Ole Foolish Pride” has become ammo for Nick Cannon’s third — and supposedly final — diss track “Canceled: The Invitation.” The Wild ‘N Out host dropped the song on Thursday (December 19) and refers to Em as the “KKK of our generation.”

He essentially uses Em’s own lyrics from the song to paint Shady as racist. Cannon says, “You’ve been disrespecting our queens for years” before Em’s voice comes in with “Black girls are bitches/Black girls are dumb.”

Cannon then begins his verse, spitting Eminem is “canceled” while accusing Em of being nothing but jealous of black culture. 

Em mentions “Ole Foolish Pride” on the 2004 Encore song “Yellow Brick Road” and offers an apology for the lyrics — in true Slim Shady fashion.

“There was this black girl at our school, who thought I was cool’/Cause I rapped, so she was kinda eyein’ me/And oh the irony, guess what her name was?/Ain’t even gonna say it, plus/The same color hair as hers was and blue contacts/And a pair of jugs, the bombest goddamn/Girl in our whole school, if I could pull her, not only would I become more popular.

“But I would be able to piss Kim off/At the same time, but it backfired/I was supposed to dump her, but she dumped me for this black guy/And that’s the last I ever seen or heard/Or spoke to the “Ole Foolish Pride” girl, but I’ve heard/People say they heard the tape and it ain’t that bad/But it was: I singled out a whole race/And for that I apologize, I was wrong/‘Cause no matter what color a girl is, she’s still a—”

Em fired the first shot at Cannon on Fat Joe’s “Lord Above” single featuring Mary J. Blige earlier this month, reigniting their longstanding beef.

Since then, Cannon has now delivered three diss tracks — “The Invitation,” “Pray For Him” and the latest, “Canceled: The Invitation.”

Aside from a pair of tweets, Eminem hasn’t said much about Cannon’s attempt to lure him into a battle. Will this one be enough to bring Shady out of his slumber?

Listen to the track above and you be the judge.