The Harlem native Camron has seemingly responded to Jim Jones after he threw shade at Ma$e during a recent interview with The Breakfast Club.
The “We Fly High” hitmaker appeared as a guest on the popular morning radio show last Friday (April 21), where he made it clear he has no intention of patching things up with the former Bad Boy rapper, despite Cam choosing to forgive him.
“I don’t care about Ma$e. I don’t care for Ma$e too much. Tell Ma$e go say some prayers,” he said bluntly when DJ Envy asked about the status of their relationship.
Jones did, however, praise Cam’ron and Ma$e’s sports talk show, “It Is What It Is”, and their basketball talents growing up.
“They’re definitely very funny. I can’t take that way from them,” he added. “And they’re very knowledgeable about basketball, they both grew up playing basketball. Ma$e was cool, Cam was definitely had a chance to go to the NBA. I can’t say that with no hate or nothing in my heart. Boy was dumb nice.
“Since we was younger, starting at the Rucker age 15, they called him All-AmeriCam. Him and Ma$e went to the championship at Madison Square Garden and things like that, so they was some ballers. To see them on the television show is pretty dope, I hope they get a check for that.”
While Ma$e has yet to address Jim Jones’ comments, Cam’ron seemingly responded to his fellow Diplomat on Monday (April 24) by posting a message on Instagram that read: “Anybody who says ‘I can’t hate’ really wants to ‘hate.’”
“Message from @darealdukedagod,” Cam wrote in his caption, referencing the longtime Dipset affiliate.