The entire state of New York must have been disappointed yesterday after Murda Ma$e and Cam’ron’s Twitter exchange last night.
After the two former Children of the Corn members traded diss songs, Cam shared a screenshot of a Twitter exchange between the two on Instagram.
“You still my brother if you would like to be…This was just for bragging rights #mase #theoracle,” Mase tweeted.
The short-lived spat between the two Harlem legends began a day after Thanksgiving when Ma$e dropped the scathing diss “Oracle“. Floating over Jay Z’s Blueprint 2 title track, Murda shed light on Cam’s past beefs, side-ways deals, and even makes incest claims against Killa.
Because of the personnel the beef felt nostalgic; and all of the internet felt the same way.
Mase had enough
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) November 24, 2017
This could totally be the old head in me…but I'm excited af about a Mase/Camron beef on 2017
— Rah Digga (@therealrahdigga) November 24, 2017
Jadakiss & Fabolous dropped a collab album…. Now Mase baptizes Cam!!
New York looking real nice right now!
— Glasses Malone (@gmalone) November 24, 2017
If you’re wondering what triggered the former Bad Boy member, it stems back from Cam’s relentless agitation.
This past March Cam aired Made out on Instagram Live about becoming a pastor and more recently on his latest projectThe Program, he came at Mase on “It’s Killa” where he shared a story about a situation that Mase got in years back and how he felt disrespected after helping out.
Got this ni**a home and he passed me a hundo ($100 dollars?!)
Told him straight up I ain’t feeling him
Let me curve this ni**a ‘fore I end up killing him
And he kept going in:
I watched him play Pop Lotti against Baby Maine
At this time I’m moving heroin in Maryland
They both died and this n***a turned reverend!
So if anything, “Oracle” was well-deserved. That didn’t stop Cam from responding though. After previewing this diss on his Instagram he dropped “Dinner Time” on Black Friday, but didn’t quite garner the response that Ma$e did.
But between sub-par production value, played-out homophobia and simply weak ass bars, to say the response was disappointing would be an understatement and the internet is letting him hear about it.
In particular people pointed out how terrible the sound quality, giving internet trolls far too much material for a holiday weekend.
Cam mixed that on a 1994 Dell computer dawg
— 1 Seed Teej (@HumbleTeej) November 26, 2017
Cam recorded that shit on this pic.twitter.com/Z2keL0zlNB
— Stogie Carmichael (@varsityforlife) November 26, 2017
Seeing at how fast the whole back and forth ended it’s possible the situation could have been promo fort the follow up of The Program, The Program 2, set to release on New Years Day.
We may never know, but for now Mase got one over Cam. It will be interesting to see if this is yet another comeback for the one of hip-hop’s legends.