The beef between Mariah Carey and Eminem just took a not so surprising twist and this time the Detroit rapper is coming out swinging. Em's latest offering is the dis track, 'The Warning,' in response to Carey's latest single 'Obsessed.'

"The only reason I dissed you in the first place, is because you denied seeing me. Now I'm pissed off," Em says before the song begins. Behind the Dr. Dre-produced beat, the 36-year-old spits an effortless 36-bars going at both Carey and her husband Nick Cannon. "Yeah Dre sick track/perfect way to get back/wanna' hear something wick wack? I got the same exact tat that's on Nick's back."

Em also addresses Carey's latest video. "Oh gee is that supposed to be me in the video with the goatee?/ Wow Mariah didn't expect you to go balls out/Bitch shut the f---- up before I put all them phone calls out/ You made to my house when you was wildin' out/ Before Nick...when you was on my d---/And give you something to smile about.

"This is what the f--- I do/Mariah did it ever occur to you that I still have pictures?/However you prefer to do and that goes for Nick too/F----t you think I'm scurred of you?/You're going to ruin my career? better get one/ Like I'mma' sit and fight with you over some slut bitch c--- that maybe coulda' put her psycho ass over six months/ that only spread her legs to let me hit once."

Getting more sexually explicit by the second, Em holds nothing back in his description of his alleged sexual experience with Carey. He also warns Cannon to stay out of his discrepancy with the Grammy winning songbird.

In the music video Carey plays a male character "obsessed" with her every move. Dressed in an oversized hoodie and baggy pants Carey looks very similar to Em but denies that the character is supposed to be him. "Everybody started having their own speculations about who the stalker [in the video] was," she said in an interview. "When I look at that stalker and me with the beard and the whole nine yards, I look like my cousin Chris. I do. I look like my brother and my cousin Chris. So basically all the speculation about who I'm playing in the video, it's not accurate."

No word yet on Carey's response to Em's latest dis track, but her hubby Cannon responded to the rapper's 'Warning' via Twitter.

Cannon took the high road and tossed in a few biblical references in his rebuttal. "Never argue with fools because from a distance people can't tell who is who," Cannon wrote. He later added the proverb, "Be patient in the moment of anger and escape a hundred days of sorrow."

He added, "Never take your own revenge, but rather give place unto the wrath. For it is written that vengeance is mine, I will repay ... PREACH! ... I will bless those that bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse."

Listen to the track here