Cam’ron says that Mase and Diddy have settled their long-running disagreements about publishing.
Last Wednesday, the Dipset member told his co-host that he was happy for him that he had been able to get his writing rights back from Diddy. This means that their long-running feud is over. Along with promoting his new project, The Lost Files, Cam also said that Mase had finished the paperwork he needed earlier in the week, which would allow him to change how his music is distributed.
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“My murderer n*gga had to sit this one out. Puff just sent him his writing back. The paperwork for that was just finished yesterday. Good job, @rsvpmase! I’m getting rid of my hard drive while he puts his songs back in order. Cam’ron wrote, “The lost files, vol. 1, Sept. 8.”
Even though Mase broke up with Diddy’s Bad Boy Entertainment in 2006, their tense relationship hit a breaking point at the pre-Grammy Clive Davis gala in 2020. At the event, Diddy gave a speech about how Black artists don’t get enough attention. He was honest when he accepted the Icon Award. He said, “The Grammys have never respected hip-hop. The Grammys have never valued black music as much as they should have.
Shortly after that, Mase fought back on Instagram by saying that Diddy’s business practises were “extremely unfair.” The rapper also said that he had run into problems that made it hard for him to get back control of his publishing rights.
“You paid about $20,000 for it, and I gave you $2,000,000 in cash. Mase wrote at the time, “This is not at all Black excellence.”