Rapper Eminem has vowed to stop taking aim at his rumoured ex-girlfriend Mariah Carey in his songs following their public bust-up last year (09), insisting he's "done" with the topic.
The Not Afraid hitmaker waged a war of words against Carey and her husband Nick Cannon after the R&B beauty disputed his claims that they'd previously been romantically involved.
He hit out at the couple in tunes like Bagpipes from Baghdad and The Warning, in which he threatened to release voicemail messages he alleged Carey had left for him during their brief fling, while the singer retaliated by mimicking Eminem in the video for her single Obsessed and dubbing him "delusional" in the track's lyrics.
Eminem mentions Carey in passing once more on Cold Wind Blows from his latest album Recovery, but he insists that will be the last he ever raps about the voluptuous star.
He tells Vibe magazine, "I really don't want to talk about her anymore only just because it's kind of like the last thing I said about her was on Cold Wind Blows. I made the comment. I don't want to keep beating a dead horse. I'm not even going to comment about it. I'm done with that whole situation. I said what I had to say. I'm done."