"Quote of the day: 'Never argue with fools because from a distance people cant tell who is who,' " went the first tweet from Cannon, posted early Friday afternoon.
Good point, especially considering Eminem's latest diss track, "The Warning," was a response to Carey donning a hoodie and goatee to slam him in her video for the single "Obsessed."
But gentleman that he is, Cannon wasn't going to sit idly by while Eminem rapped about doin' the nasty with his wife—albeit back in the day, but still pretty graphic stuff—and then threatened to unleash nudie pics on the world (presumably starting with the poor, unsuspecting blogosphere).
Cannon's not going to kick Eminem's ass or anything, though. That's what the wrath of God is for.
"Never take your own revenge, but rather give place unto the wrath. For it is written vengeance is mine, I will repay... PREACH!" read a tweet posted about an hour after the first, which was followed by "'I will bless those that bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse.' Genesis 12:3."
Cannon followed up with a personal pep talk, writing, among other empowering morsels, "Be patient in the moment of anger and escape a hundred days of sorrow!"
At one point he fancied himself "changing the world one hater at a time!"
"People who project negativity ultimately are crying out for their own broken souls," Cannon started to wind down, before concluding (thankfully) with, "Trying to save a hater is like trying to teach astrophysics to a wino! LOL Chuuuuch!"
Maybe Eminem can't believe it, but Mariah and Nick have been married for more than a year. Check out how they spent their first anniversary.