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Twista accepts Eminem’s #GodzillaChallege

And Twitter is here for it.

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The latest entry into Eminem’s #GodzillaChallenge may give the Detroit rapper a run for his money — Twista has stepped up to the plate. On Tuesday (March 3), the famously fast-rapping veteran entered the competition on Twitter.

“#GodzillaChallenge accepted [Eminem],” he wrote.

Em’s #GodzillaChallenge encourages fans to attempt rapping along to his verse in the Juice WRLD-assisted Music To Be Murdered By track, “Godzilla.” According to Genius, the song finds Em rapping 224 words within 31 seconds. He previously promised to give away prizes to the most impressive participants if they share videos of themselves rapping along to the song and include #GodzillaChallenge.

Since Twista is known for his famously fast lyrics, fans were naturally excited at the prospect of seeing him rap the “Godzilla” verse.

“We ready for it!! Let’s gooo!,” one Twitter user commented.

“We need a official remix of the song with Twista, Bizzy Bone and Em,” another suggested.

Em previously said the competition was for amateurs only, but hopefully Twista will share his video entry anyways.

Last week, Biz Markie and Bizzy Bone entered the competition with their own videos. Markie’s was filmed by LL Cool J, as he jokingly mouthed along to Eminem’s lyrics. Bizzy Bone handled the verse impressively — in true a Bone Thugs-N-Harmony fashion.

According to Em’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg, a “Godzilla” visual treatment is on the way and will allegedly outdo the craziness in his “Rap God” video. A lyric video for the track arrived on Wednesday (March 4).

Eminem released Music To Be Murdered By back in January. Besides the Juice WRLD-featured cut, the album also saw appearances from Young M.A, Royce Da 5’9”, Ed Sheeran, Black Thought, Anderson .Paak and more.

See some reactions to Twista’s upcoming #GodzillaChallenge entry video on Twitter below. The rap mainstay most recently dropped off his Lifetime EP, which includes a lone feature from Mad Lion.

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