Just when we thought that Cam’ron and Mase made peace, the Dipset rapper offload a new diss track “Dinner Time.”
The former Bad Boy MC surprised fans last week Friday when he released a scathing diss track “The Oracle.” The song was the number one topic in hip hop over the weekend with Mase ripping Cam’ron on every line on the single. After taking shots at Mase all weekend on social media, Cam finally coughs up a response in the form of a song and he went in on the rapper turn pastor then rapper again.
“But who you talking tough to? Blinky just snuffed you / Puff f***ed you, we’ve seen in those binoculars / Passed you to 50, he was finger popping ya / Then he took it back like a fly b*tch that was popular / You’re 42 still saying “Ain’t no stopping ya” / You know my deals—liquor, movie, and flashy kicks / How you talking deals? Your last deal was ’96,” Cam’ron raps over a trippy beat. The Dipset emcee also denied allegations that he had sex with his own sister, saying that he doesn’t even have a sister. The diss track “Dinner Time” was produced by The Heatmakerz, who also produced another Dipset record that surfaced a few days ago that features both Jim Jones and Cam.
Over the weekend, the two rap veterans exchanged comments on Instagram signaling that they might have made peace and bury the hatchet. YOU STILL MY BROTHER IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE…This was just for bragging rights #mase #theoracle,” Mase wrote to which Cam’ron replied, “Yea this was fun.. u still my bro too. Glad I get to brag lol. So when u leaving Harlem again? 2mr?” The Bad Boy rap legend then followed up with another post on Instagram. “Sometimes You Can Be Better Than Your Critics. #Mase #theOracle Keep All Secret Love… If it’s real post it or don’t tell me about it at all. #mase #theOracle,” he wrote in the caption of an iconic photo of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.
Cam’ron and Mase has a lot of history together and has known each other since childhood growing up in Harlem. The two rappers even collaborated with each other in the past but something happened in between the 90s and 2000s that lead to them falling out.