Camron dating history
But, because it's 2017, that hatchet is up in the air after Mase hopped on Funk Flex's Instagram last night to gloat. As a man that's what you do after you win unanimously." If that wasn't enough, Mase called into the Ebro In The Morning this morning (November 27) and explained why "The Oracle" isn't an example of friendly competition. When asked about what exactly pushed him over the edge, Mase answered, "Saying something about a person, I don't take that seriously.
"We're not cool," Mase commented under a photo of the peaceful exchange between he and Cam'ron. But when you start saying you're gonna do bodily harm or you're thinking about that, it's my job as a man to make sure you don't get to do that." Will this feud between the two rappers ever go away? Besides, their rivalry, which is over a decade old, has been sort of a linchpin in their respective careers.
"There's a hell up in Harlem." Like the classic lyric from Puff Daddy on 1997's "What You Gonna Do?
1 debut , his debut under Sony/Epic Records — a deal that was credited to Biggie Smalls.I'll holla, Jones." Cam and Mase would later carry on the truce, collaborating for the first time in years for "Get It." In 2010, Cam'ron calls out Mase for missing the funeral for his absence from Huddy "Hud 6" Combs' funeral. F—k that." Moments after the spiel, Cam then went on to explain the pressure his friend dealt with during his rise. In a tribute freestyle over Eminem's "No Love," Cam calls out his childhood friend, rapping, "145 and St. Niggas ain't gonna motherf—king harass me if I'm in church. He said, ' Yo, they can't beef with me, they can't ask me for nothing. Back in 2006, the funnyman and the unrecognizable Kim dated and for whatever reason, he keeps talking about this relationship (even posting throwback pics on his Instagram). When they weren’t making sweet music on 2002’s “Boy (I Need You),” the two were heating up the streets of New York City with their fling.