Player one select “Bad,” player two select “Evil.”
Royce took to Instagram to share a lighthearted picture, which finds Bad pitted against Evil in a dueller’s stance. Both seeming to employ different technical styles, it’s difficult to discern who might hold the advantage. In his caption, Royce dubbed the whole thing “Immortal combat,” proving that the inner-group camaraderie remains healthy and dynamic.
There have long been rumblings of a Bad Meets Evil reunion project, though admittedly fuelled by Royce. Still, it does feel like a next logical step for Slim Shady, who returned on a whim late last summer, to slap critics and fair-weather fans with Kamikaze. A follow-up to Hell: The Sequel would be a welcome surprise in 2019, and given the fun they seem to be having overseas, who knows what might transpire?