Cam’ron is known for consistently wearing pink throughout his whole career and now he has a hilarious message for the haters who call him gay for that.
During a recent episode of his “It Is What It Is” podcast with co-hosts Ma$e and Treasure Wilson and special guest Paul Pierce, the Dipset rapper brought up the negative comments he has received about his sexuality for wearing pink. “This [is] all jokes aside, this [is] word to everything I love,” he began in a short clip shared to his Instagram account. “Being celebrities and being in the public eye, if you wasn’t nobody, nobody would give a f**k. You know how long I had to hear, ‘Cam’s gay, he wears pink’?”
Cam’ron continued, “Bring your mother around, n**ga. See if she gives a f**k, n**ga. See if your mom gives a whole f**k, n**ga. I’ll tell her how gay I am. I’ll f**k her in the pink mink, n**ga. The f**k is you talking ’bout, n**ga?”
During an interview with Kevin Durant’s Boardroom earlier this year, Cam’ron revealed that he once received a $300,000 offer for his famous pink fur coat but turned it down.
“The people who offered it to me, I didn’t feel they deserved it,” he told the media platform. “It was more of a stat to me saying, ‘Y’all bought Cam’s jacket.’ It wasn’t really like they appreciated where that jacket came from. And if it makes sense to sell it to somebody who would’ve appreciated it or put it where it’s gonna be seen and be historic that people know as my jacket, cool.”
The Harlem native continued, “You know, you got rich suburban kids who’d be like, ‘Hey, Cam, my girlfriend really loves your pink jacket. I don’t really know too much about it, but I’ll buy it for her. How much do you want for it?’ Like that type s**t. You know what I’m saying? These are booster babies. Their parents come from generational money to where they probably don’t know too much about hip hop at all anyway, but they dealing with people who do.”
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