The saga continues. Shortly after Ma$e dropped “The Oracle” dissing his childhood friend Cam’ron, Killa Cam claps back on “Dinner Time.”
Produced by The Heatmakerz with soul samples and a sermon, the amped-up track is a feast of insults about the former pastor. It also directly replies to allegations from “The Oracle.”
“I used to give you all my clothes, don’t forget you was bummy,” he raps. “I fed you when you was hungry, crash test dummy / But the shit he said next, I swear it ain’t funny / Said, ‘Cam, become a deacon, them deacons be getting money’ / That’s blasphemous, word to Jesus and Lazarus / You got bad karma, stay away, he hazardous.”
Elsewhere, Cam makes a sexually charged allegation and responds to Ma$e’s incest bar. “You done opened up a door / I’m petty, ready for war / I ain’t got a sister, only sister I fucked was yours,” he raps. “So you gon’ tell me, when you was staying with Puff, and I came over there and used the bathroom, there wasn’t a dildo on the sink?”
Taking to Instagram, Cam wrote: “It’s up. Hope Y’all enjoy da facts. No fake sisters..etc.. just da dildos on ya sink, when u was living wit puff, the Cory Wright, rock from Jefferson, and blinky blink, slaps etc. now go back home to Florida ✌🏽😂#TheProgram.”
The Dipset rapper also shared a screenshot of a conversation he had with Ma$e, in which Murda writes: “YOU STILL MY BROTHER IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE…This was just for bragging rights #mase #theoracle.” Cam replied: “yea this was fun.. u still my bro too. Glad I get to brag lol. So when u leaving Harlem again? 2mr?”
Ma$e took to his Instagram page to post a photo of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. “Sometimes You Can Be Better Than Your Critics,” he wrote. “#Mase #theOracle Keep All Secret Love… If it’s real post it or don’t tell me about it at all.”
Cam’ron and Ma$e’s relationship is deeply rooted. It began during their pre-fame days in Harlem and continued with collaborations as Children of the Corn, a rap group featuring Big L, Herb McGruff, and Bloodshed. However, they have also gone through pitfalls, including a series of disses on Killa’s most recent project, The Program.
On Friday, Ma$e surprised fans with a scathing diss track about his former collaborator and friend over JAY-Z’s “Blueprint²” instrumental. It was a bounty of insults, including allegations of incest (“Ever since 10, you was a thirsty ni**a / I ain’t gon’ talk about the time you fu**ed your sister”) and raps about his tattoos (“I’m done rapping with you / You’ll always be my bitch, you got my fuckin’ name tatted on you”).