Well, damn… MURDA Ma$e with the clap back.
Earlier this month, before The Diplomats reunited on stage in New York, Cam’ron released a new mixtape called The Program. Those that pressed play, were treated to a story on the very first track about how Killa saved Ma$e from a certain situation years back.
Fast forward two weeks, Ma$e offers his response. Over Jay-Z’s “Blueprint,” the Harlem World emcee delivers a four-minute barrage of highly personal lines of his own.
“I let too much pass and I was gonna continue to let it pass but when somebody don’t stop… I had to just spank him one time,” Ma$e says. “It was really the point when Cam’ron said he had to kill me. I let a lot of things slide, but when you start getting to the body harm aspect of it, I can’t let that slide.”
“It took me about an hour. I went in the studio on Thanksgiving,” he continues. “I went to the parade with my family and I was like, ‘Nah I can’t.’ I don’t know if it was Hello Kitty or Charlie Brown or one of them, I just said ‘Nah, he can’t do that.’
“Somebody asked me about it at the parade and I was with my kids, but that’s New York for you. So I put them on a plane, sent them back home and then was like ‘Daddy’s gonna handle this.'”
Handle it he did. This is savage. Press play below.
Oh, and don’t expect Killa to stay quiet…
UPDATE (11/25): Less than 24 hours later, Cam’ron already has a response on deck. He previewed the track on Instagram.
“I ain’t got no sister/ Only sister I f*cked was yours”