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Cam’ron & Ma$e Appear to Have Ended Their Beef


Cam’ron & Ma$e Appear to Have Ended Their Beef

Cam’ron and Ma$e appear to have put an end to whatever issues the two had between each other.

After Ma$e dropped his diss track “The Oracle” on Friday (Nov. 26) and Cam responded with “Dinner Time” a day later, the Harlem rappers exchanged a few kinds words on Instagram.

“YOU STILL MY BROTHER IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE,” Mase wrote on Saturday. “This was just for bragging rights” #mase #theoracle.”

“@rsvpmase yea this was fun.. u still my bro too,” Cam responded. “Glad I get to brag lol. So when u leaving Harlem again? 2mr?”

Ma$e then shared a throwback picture of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen with the caption: 

“Sometimes You Can Be Better Than Your Critics. #Mase #theOracle Keep All Secret Love… If it’s real post it or don’t tell me about it at all. #mase #theOracle.”

In a recent interview with Genius, Ma$e explained how former Roc-A-Fella head honcho Dame Dash played a role in their beef.

“When I came back with ‘Welcome Back,’ Dame ran up to me like, why don’t you and Cam just beef,” he recalled. “I was like, ‘Beef? Why would we beef?’ It was the weirdest thing I ever heard. He was like, ‘Why don’t you and Cam just beef? It’ll stay on record, it’ll stay on wax.’ That’s why every time I would hear him say something, I wouldn’t say nothin’ back because I knew it wasn’t real. Every time they would say somethin’ I would see them and it wasn’t no problem. If every time I see you, there’s no problem, then why do you keep talkin’ about it. It’s 20 years old.”

Before Cam and Ma$e careers took off the two were once members of the iconic rap group Children of the Corn. They also played varsity basketball together.

Associate Editor. All Black Media


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