Nick Cannon is trending on Twitter after releasing a diss track that targets world-famous, multiple award-winning rapper Eminem/Marshall Mathers. The track, titled "The Invitation," is being viewed as a clap back in response to comments Mathers made about Cannon’s ex-wife Mariah Carey in Fat Joe's new song “Lord Above."

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Nick Cannon is pictured left at the BET Awards on June 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, and Eminem is seen at Lollapalooza in Chicago on Aug. 1, 2014. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for BET, Theo Wargo/Getty Images

According to People, Carey and Mathers were rumored to have dated in 2001, but it was never confirmed. Nevertheless, the turbulence between the three dates back at least a decade when Eminem released the 2009 track “Bagpipes From Baghdad,” a diss track of his own that targeted then-newlyweds Cannon and Carey.

Cannon’s track titled “The Invitation,” uploaded to his YouTube channel on Monday, has amassed over 631K views at press time -- yet, the “Like” to “Dislike” ratio offers a clue as to the public reception of the single. Currently, the video has over 33K dislikes and 3.6K likes.

The track digs particularly deep in its personal attacks on Mathers, calling out the rapper’s past involvement with drugs and suggesting that Mathers’ ex-wife Kimberly Anne Scott should take their daughter Hailie away.

“I [expletive] with crack, but the white boy, he [expletive] with crack. Pills and smack, [expletive], and he 'bout to relapse,” Cannon raps, referring to Mathers’ previous drug issues before continuing on about his ex-wife and kids, “Call Kim, somebody get Hailie and that other kid you raisin', that ain't even your baby.”

Despite the track digging into personal subject matter, Mathers retaliated with humor. The jokes were mainly in response to a particular lyric, in which Cannon alleges that Mathers had an intimate relationship with his chauffeur. (You can view one of Mathers' NSFW response tweets here.)

As of Tuesday morning, the massive amount of interaction on Twitter (over 20K released posts) led to a trending hashtag, “#ripnickcannon,” in which thousands of Eminem fans took it upon themselves to offer up their own Cannon disses.

Though Cannon's diss track is trending, this isn't the first time Mathers has faced similar blowblack from another artist. Throughout his career, Mathers hasn’t been one to shy away from a fight and has established himself as a dominant force in the hip-hop genre, as documented by XXL Mag. This has led Mathers to be quite the target himself, receiving diss tracks from artists like Machine Gun Kelly and Ja Rule.