MA$E SLAPS CAM’RON WITH A SAVAGE DISS OF HIS OWN THE ORACLE
At the first of this month, prior to The Diplomats rejoined in front of an audience in New York, Cam’ron drop another mixtape called The Program. Those that press play, were dealt with to a story on the openning track about how Killa spared Ma$e from a specific circumstance years back. DJ Hustle
Quick forward two weeks, Ma$e offers his reaction. Over Jay-Z’s “Blueprint,” the Harlem World emcee conveys a four-minute torrent of profoundly individual lines of his own.
“I let excessively pass and I was going to keep on letting it pass yet when some person don’t stop… I needed to simply hit him one time,” Ma$e says. “It was truly the moment that Cam’ron said he needed to murder me. I let a considerable measure of things slide, yet when you begin getting to the body hurt part of it, I can’t let that slide.”
“It took me around 60 minutes. I went in the studio on Thanksgiving,” he proceeds. “I went to the parade with my family and I resembled, ‘Nah I can’t.’ I don’t know whether it was Hello Kitty or Charlie Brown or one of them, I just said ‘Nah, he can’t do that.’
“Someone got some information about it at the parade and I was with my children, however that is New York for you. So I put them on a plane, sent them back home and after that resembled ‘Daddy’s going to deal with this.'”
Is this beef to late or is it right on time for Hip Hop. With everything going on in the world of rap things seem to be looking up as two MC’s start to take hip hop back to it’s roots as they both through jabs at each other in the name of hip hop. My question is what took so long.