The war between Nick Cannon and Eminem continues.

The 39-year-old TV star has dropped another diss track targeted at the 47-year-old rapper.

Cannon teamed up with The Black Squad's Charlie Clips, Hitman Holla, Conceited and Prince Eazy for the song. The tune, called "Pray for Him," debuted on World Star Hip Hop on Tuesday.

Just like in the last song, the track threw shade at Eminem. For instance, there's a verse that takes a shot at his age.

"Look, that double entendre, kinda heavily/Damn, Em/What? You like five minutes from 70?/Oops! I meant 47/Send him to Hell if he's bored of Heaven/ Strappin' the dynamite/Word to Florida Evans," Charlie Clips rapped.

There's also a line that accuses Eminem of trying to bully other celebrities.

"Black Squad, you won't link with them/ See, you tried to bully Pink and them/Britney Spears and 'N SYNC and them/And got the beefin' with Ja Rule with the cops behind you/And every show since '04, you've had the SWAT behind you," Hitman Holla rapped.

At one point in the tune, Cannon got into politics.

"You used to be in a position to talk to kids and they listen/Now you a politician?/You voted for Trump, bitch, admit it," he rapped.

He also later rapped, "You getting facelifts like an Instagram whore." 

To listen to the full track, check out the video below.

Cannon dropped a separate diss track called "The Invitation" earlier this week. The songs came after Eminem rapped about Cannon and Mariah Carey on Fat Joe's song "Lord Above."

"I know me and Mariah didn't end on a high note / But that other dude's whipped-that p---y got him neutered," Eminem rapped. "Tried to tell him this chick's a nut job before he got his jewels clipped / Almost got my caboose kicked / Fool, quit / You not gonna do s--t / I let her chop my balls off too before I lose to you, Nick."

Cannon has also invited Eminem to appear on his show Wild 'N Out.

Cannon and Eminem's drama goes way back. For a recap, check out the gallery.

Nick Cannon, Eminem

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Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon

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Nick Cannon

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Eminem, 2015 Southpaw Premiere

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Nick Cannon

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Eminem, 50 Cent, Nick Cannon

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