Mase Says He’s Not Cool w/ Cam’ron; Shook Hand Out of Respect

Mase Drops "The Oracle" Diss Aimed at Cam'ron

(FreshAsFrankie) Mase made it clear that he is still not cool with Cam’ron, via an Instagram post.

The post featured a screenshot of their exchange where they both said they are still brothers. Mase’s caption for the post completely went against that idea, with the rapper saying “We’re not cool. I shook his hand ‘cause I won. That’s it. As a man that’s what you do after you win unanimously. TheOracle #mase @RSVPMase.”

So after the exchange of diss tracks and the few memes tossed around, it seems that Cam’ron and Mase were simply having a brotherly spat. After Cam dropped his response record, “Dinner Time,” to Mase’s “The Oracle,” to which many fans felt was tepid at best, the two Harlemites apparently chalked the entire thing up as good fun. Mase commented on a post telling Cam:

YOU STILL MY BROTHER IF YOU WOULD TO BE… This was just for bragging rights #mase #theoracle

Killa Cam followed up by responding:

yea this was fun.. u still my bro too. Glad I get to brag lol. So when u leaving Harlem again? 2mr?

It seems as though this was just one of the classic cases of rappers using their platforms to address some underlying issues as well as testing their skills against one another. Everyone will have to wait and see if this is entirely over.

 

Future Ink’s New Clothing Line With Forever 21

Future Ink's New Clothing Line With Forever 21

(FreshAsFrankie) Atlanta rap star Future has linked up with Forever 21 to launch a new streetwear line.

Future inked a deal with Forever 21 and has launched a new clothing line with the big box retailer.

The line was created by Fred Foster, who serves as Freebandz Clothing Creative Director, reports Highsnobiety.

Foster also heads up his own line Cease and Desist.

“I wanted to create something unique and timeless, yet accessible, that could spread the message of HNDRXX to fans all over the globe,” Foster said in press statement. “Forever 21 is the perfect conduit for that.”

Gamers have been quick to point out the similarity between Future’s design and the “Golden Axe” Sega game from the late 1980’s.

Take a look at the t-shirt below, which is on sale now at Forever 21’s website.