Mase And Cam’ron Squash Beef After Two-Decade Long Feud

After a nearly two-decade feud, Harlem-bred veteran rappers, Mase and Cam’ron, found a way to make amends via phone conversation.


Cam’ron and Mase squashed their long-standing beef by hopping on the phone and having a much-needed conversation.

Mase took to Instagram and shared a short clip of the two having a lighthearted conversation where fans hear him answer the phone:

“Killa, What’s good? Where’s Mr. Petty at these days?” He laughed.

The truce follows shortly after Mase admitted to his wrongdoings that may have caused the feud with Cam on the “Million Dollaz Worth A Game” podcast:

“When I got the money, it just changed everything but at first, my problem with I think Cam was that, they thought I had the money I didn’t have like I told you I was flexing crazy so they like yo Murda ain’t sharing the bag, I never got the bag.” The former Bad Boy said.

“Now that we looking back you can see he never got that bag, and then about the time I got the bag, we was enemies already so I didn’t get to break him off I didn’t say yo this is what I want to give you I really appreciate you cause that’s one of the relationships I regret, I think I got two that I regret and going at killa I wanted to do that but that was like my nigga.”

Maybe in the future, fans will get to see the two artists finally do a song together.

During the same interview, Mase addressed Fivio Foreign’s allegations about unfair business practices.

This past weekend, Fivio claimed that Mase gave him an advance of $5,000 and didn’t know the business side of a contract.

The co-host of the podcast, Wallo, questioned Mase on the allegation he responded.

“At one time, I gave him $5,000, but I gave him $750,000,” Mase said.

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