Cam’ron Replies To Ma$e’s Disses Point For Point. He’s Serving Beef Raw For Dinner (Audio)
It has been less than 48 hours since Ma$e took his beef with Cam’ron to the next level. Friday’s (November 24) “The Oracle” found “Murda Ma$e” dissing his former Children Of The Corn band-mate and longtime collaborator “Killa Cam” for four straight minutes, and accusing the fellow Harlem native of misrepresenting the hood, robbing his Dipset brother Juelz Santana, and incest. After Cam’ may have re-opened tensions between the two rappers with his recent mixtape opener “It’s Killa,” Ma$e’s comeback dominated the Rap news cycle this holiday week.
Cam’ron hopes to change this with “Dinner Time.” The 41 year-old-MC, who has had high-profile beefs with 50 Cent, JAY-Z, and even on-again, off-again band-mate Jim Jones, strikes back. Since yesterday, Cam’ has dissed his former high school basketball teammate online, using a familiar tactic—dropping his name (Betha). Moreover, the Dipset General has accused Ma$e of preying on people’s pockets through his short-lived preaching career.
That’s exactly where “Dinner Time” begins, with a sermon. Cam’ turns the incest accusations into an attack that he slept with Ma$e’s sister, and then apparently accuses his friend-turned-foe of being molested and owning male-sex toys. The jabs are just getting started. Cam’ says Harlem World member Blinky Blink snuffed the short-lived So So Def group’s leader. The over-arching theme of Cam’s reply is that Ma$e has not been relevant to Rap since the ’90s and that his calling to the Cloth was merely a relocated hustle. The Dipset MC says he became what Ma$e could have been, had he not abruptly left Rap in the late ’90s, stalling a white-hot career.
The song is produced by Heatmakerz, Cam’ron’s producers of more than 15 years.
As Ma$e already annotated his diss for Genius, time will soon tell if this beef persists with more disses. New York City Rap’s biggest beef of the year (Nicki Minaj vs. Remy Ma) shows no signs of slowing down. Meanwhile, Cam’ron’s records against Jay, Fif, and Jimmy are murky. All three are beefs that appear squashed. In his legacy, the Diplomats franchise star hopes to get that undisputed W. Does he do enough here?