Early this morning, friend-turned-foe Ma$e dropped “The Oracle,” a scathing diss track going at Cam’ron’s neck.
The Harlem natives were once both members of the rap group, Children Of The Corn two decades ago.
In 1998, Ma$e hopped on Cam’s “Horse & Carriage,” giving him his first single, but since then the two have had a reasonable amount of public beef.
This one blindsided many for sure.
Some might say the diss track stemmed from a rant Cam’ron made back in March where he claimed that Ma$e only became a pastor to dodge violence on the streets.
He also added that while he doesn’t blame Ma$e for making that decision, he personally wouldn’t have done the same.
Clearly getting wind of the ruckus made over the diss, Killa hopped on social media for what seems like a preliminary address of the situation.
Posting a photo of Ma$e in a suit holding a bible, which looks like it’s from his days as a pastor, Cam captioned the photo,
“Good morning to u to betha…lol, Let’s play nigga.. 😘.”
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