Cam’ron Says He’s Proud of Mase for “Finally Showing Some Guts”

Cam'ron Says He's Proud of Mase for "Finally Showing Some Guts"

(FreshAsFrankie) Friday, Mase dropped a scathing diss record “The Oracle” that took aim at Cam’ron and laid out secrets of the Dipset head honcho that goes back decades. The following day after mocking Pastor Betha on social media, Cam dropped a response track entitled, “Dinner Time.” WIth that rap opinions went soaring on who was the victor in the battle.

While Mase revisited his Murda Ma$e days and laid out some harsh claims about Cam, it doesn’t seem like either of them are taking the records too personally. Even commenting on them and saying they were brothers regardless of it all, shortly following the incident on Instagram.

However, that hasn’t stopped Mase from letting the rap world know he “unanimously” won the battle. Cam’ron has revealed to Complex that he was thrown off by the diss, but let’s take into consideration he openly threw shots at Mase on his new mixtape prior to Mase responding. “I put a project out called The Program two weeks ago and I told a story about something that happened in Harlem so basically he was probably upset that I told the story,” Cam revealed.

Despite it all, he said he’s proud of his former close friend. “It was out the blue, but I’m proud of him, he finally showed some guts after like 15 years. It took him 15 years, but I was really proud of him when I heard that,” Cam stated. The Diplomat said Mase finally “showed some heart.”

Who do you think won this hip-hop beef?

Source: COMPLEX

Ma$e – The Oracle (Cam’Ron Diss)

Ma$e - The Oracle (Cam'Ron Diss)

 

(FreshAsFrankie) Ma$e and Cam’Ron’s relationship goes back years. The two have been friends and at one point were in the group Children of the Corn” together. But somewhere along the way things turned sour and today Ma$e delivers a scathing diss titled “The Oracle” aimed at Killa Cam.

Cam’ron – The Program

Cam'ron - The Program
(FreshAsFrankie) It’s been a while since Cam’ron dropped a new project, but the Harlem rapper is finally back with his latest mixtape, The Program. 

The 15-track tape features production from a number of producers including Dollavision, ADM, REK, JB Music, Araab Muzik, Zombie YH and Dondre Dennis and also includes the Just Blaze-produced “Kiss Myself.” Although the project doesn’t feature any big names in the guest features department, Killa does team up with Don Q, Mimi and Sen City on a handful of songs.

While The Program will surely please fans of Cam, many are still waiting for the release of Killa Season 2In January, XXL caught up with the rapper who told us he would have to delay the project. “I just been busy, and I haven’t had time to promote the album the way that I want to,” he said.

Cam’ron was also recently featured on the cover of XXL‘s 20th anniversary issue, where he discussed the current state of hip-hop in New York. “To me, it’s just sounds at this point ’cause it doesn’t matter where you from,” he said. “You don’t have to be from Atlanta to make trap music anymore, like, as opposed to 10 years ago.

Check out the tracklist and listen to The Program below.

Cam’ron The Program Mixtape Tracklist

1. “It’s Killa”
2. “Hello” Feat. Don Q
3. “Curve (Skit)”
4. “Coleslaw”
5. “Lean”
6. “D.I.A.”
7. “Remember Game” Feat. Mimi
8. “Hallalujah” Feat. Mimi
9. “Fuck Outta Here”
10. “The Other Side” Feat. Sen City
11. “Chop It Up” Feat. Mimi
12. “FleeGod”
13. “Dime After Dime” Feat. Sen City
14. “Kiss Myself”
15. “UWasntThere”

Cam’Ron Is Planning Legal Action Against The UFC And Mona Scott’s Love & Hip-Hop

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(NewsnMusic) Cam’Ron is about to sic his lawyers on Dana White and The UFC over a YouTube promo that uses his song “Welcome To New York City” as well Mona Scott-Young’s“Love & Hip-Hop,” which features the rapper in a commercial.
Cam explained his grievance on social media.

“I am not a cast member on ‘Love & Hip-Hop.’ I did a scene for Juelz, because he’s on the show. I did a scene for (girlfriend) JuJu, because she’s on the show. I should not be in anybody’s commercials, especially when the paperwork’s not done,” he said with a smile. “Obviously, these people have not done business with me so they don’t know how I get down.”

He also too his kind, but barbed words to the UFC, the premier combat sports league.

“Second order of business is Dana White from the UFC. Who been using my song all week to promote the Colin McGregor fight at Madison Square Garden,” he said. “Once, again nobody reached out to me. We’ll be reaching out tomorrow, me and my lawyer.”

The legal merits of Cam’s claims were not legally known, but check out his comments below.