Cam’Ron addresses Mase 'beef' on ‘The Breakfast Club’
Killa Cam discusses his recently reignited issues with his former friend Mase.
To say that Cam’Ron and Mase have had a rocky relationship is an understatement. The two rappers went from making hit records together to aiming diss records at one another. This morning (Nov. 30) The Breakfast Club had Killa Cam as a guest, and of course, his issues with his former mentor were at the center of his chat with Charlamagne tha God and Angela Yee. The Grammy-nominated artist, who just last week reunited with former Diplomats frenemies Jim Jones and Juelz Santana, also spoke on receiving a $70,000 check from Youtube for his Mase response and cleared up those rumors involving him and his sister.
“I don’t mess with Mase, because me personally, I just go by a different standard than people,” said Cam’Ron. “Once you start playing with God and taking people’s money, and saying rap is the devil and then come back and rap, because you ain’t got no money – I just can’t fuck with you.”
Cam’s theory on why he ended up the target of Mase’s diss track “The Oracle” is simple. “I’m hot,” said the “Oh Boy” MC. “I’m on fire this month. What I’m not doing? The Program is out. I’m on tour. I’m on ESPN. They worried about who I’m dating. My sneakers is out. I got liquor. I’m hot. You not going to do this to someone that’s not hot.”
Cam cleared up an accusation involving a relationship the Diplomat supposedly had with his own sister. “I don’t have a sister,” stated the Purple Haze rapper. When asked if he thought Mase was using “sister” figuratively in his “The Oracle” lines “I ain’t gone talk about the time you fucked your sister,” Cam stuck to his guns. “Even back then – this was the 90s. Mase ain’t been around like that since the ‘90s – that slang wasn’t even out back then like ‘oh, there goes my sis.’ That’s kind of millennia.”
Although he admitted that he is down to shoot a fair one with his current rival, Cam’Ron plans to keep it strictly business. “The first thing I did was start calling my partners to see how much I can get for a response. Even though I would’ve done it for free,” said the Harlem hustler, who unveiled that he received a $70,000 check from YouTube “just for doing a song.”
Cam’Ron hinted that there may be more Mase stories to come down the line. “Every tape I put out I’m going to tell another story,” he announced. Promising to keep it real, he also said, “I’m not doing fiction. I’m not going to say you fucked your sister. I’m just going to keep saying stuff that you know is true.”
Check out Cam’Ron’s full interview with The Breakfast Club where he discusses Dispet and his breakup with JuJu above.
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