NOT IN USE Posted July 29 Report Share Posted July 29 i was listening to it.....here is a summary......In an interview with Hot 97â€™s Morning Show staff, Mase, Jim Jones and Camâ€™ron engaged in a heated debate, with the two Dip Set members questioning Maseâ€™s authenticity. On air, Mase recalled the cause of his split with Camâ€™ron, with whom he once rapped with. The incident started when Mase claimed he offered to split a $50,000 fee for appearing in Camâ€™s 1998 hit song â€œHorse-n-Carriage,â€ instead of him doing the song for free. Diplomat CEO Jimmy Jones called the show enraged.â€œI will do it to you duke," Jones said. "I don't like you. You shouldn't have came out your mouth. I'll put some dentures in your mouth. Go back down south with your congregation. Tell the truth. For you to sit there and lie...you are a reverend.â€ Jones also charged that Mase left the game due to pressures from individuals in Harlem who extorted him. Mase eventually gathered himself and denied the charges that he was forced out of Harlem. Mase explained that he had already purchased land in Atlanta, Georgia and was planning to move. Continuing, he stated, in his slow tone, that after a close friend was stabbed, he headed down south and that it had nothing to do with unsavory characters forcing him to leave. â€œPeople grow up, I donâ€™t have time for that,â€ Mase said. â€œ[During commercial break] I was praying for Jimmy, I love them dudes. Itâ€™s just sad when people donâ€™t understand.â€ Angry like Jones, Camâ€™ron called in shortly afterwards, questioning Maseâ€™s motives for returning to the rap game. â€œIâ€™m just not into the lies I'm into the truth and thatâ€™s it. The only thing you did was took me to counseling, you broke out on everybody and left. Thatâ€™s what you do, you did it before and youâ€™re gonna do it again,â€ Cam stated on air. â€œIâ€™m not a chump like that. [Mase], tell them how you called me and asked me to do an album last week,â€ Cam told Mase. â€œ[Diplomats are] gonna make $150 million off the liquor. There aint no money in this rap game. I just do the music because I am nice. I wish you the best, but tell the truth.â€ Cam'ron even called Mase a fraud and said that he had a tape of one of Maseâ€™s sermons, where he said rap music â€œis the devil.â€ â€œYouâ€™re a reverend lying. I was there," Cam said. "You said rap is the devil at your speeches in church. I got it on tapeâ€¦and [now] youâ€™re rapping [again],â€ he said. â€œThe reverend is up there lying. I wish you the best of luck, stop lying.â€ Mase rebutted, calling the rappers thin-skinned. Mase did admit to Cam'ron's accusations surrounding his statements about rap but said, â€œWhen I think about how the people need what I have to say [i changed my view]. Itâ€™s just like money. The same money that buys marijuana, buys bibles. Rap is not really of the devil, itâ€™s what people say in it.â€œI cannot not express the truth because theyâ€™re sensitive,â€ Mase said. â€œI donâ€™t have any problems with them. Even in the bible when a person knows that you come to say something powerful, they try to discredit your name. One word from God can wipe out years of wrongdoing.â€ Mase, who said that he was going on the road with Usher to promote his new album, closed his appearance on the Hot 97 show with a prayer: â€œIn the name of the Heavenly Father, I thank you today for forgiving me for all my wrong doing and shortcomings. I thank you for dying on the cross for all of my sins. I am healed, I am delivered and I am rich. Amen.â€ Incidentally, Mase and Jim Jones will release albums on the same day, August 24. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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