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50 Cent brought Cam’ron out as a surprise guest during his recent concert at Drai’s Nightclub in Las Vegas.

Once foes, the two outspoken Hip Hop legends are now on friendlier terms and have now gone one stop further and performed together.



After being introduced by 50, Killa Cam performed “Touch It or Not” and “I Really Mean It” for the raucous crowd.

Cam’ron recently reflected on his beef with 50 Cent and Nas in the midst of Drake and Kendrick Lamar‘s heated feud.

He said of his brief feud with 50 Cent: “When me and 50 Cent was going on, that shit was fun. Shout out to my n-gga 50, we good now too. But when 50 dissed me, it started when 50 said Koch [Entertainment] is the graveyard for a lot of rappers.



“At the time, Jim Jones had just gone to Koch, and Jim Jones is Dipset so we got into a whole argument on the phone. All that shit to me was just music.

“Even when 50 and me spoke, he was like, ‘Let’s get to this money.’ When we spoke, we laughed about that shit. At the time, I went at 50 because he had done a diss track. 50 was putting n-ggas out of business with his diss songs.”

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50 and Cam originally began beefing after the “In Da Club” star mocked Koch Entertainment’s stature as a record company, shortly after the label signed Dipset’s Jim Jones.

Speaking on his prior issues with Nas, Cam’ron added: “Nas is one of my favorite artists, if not my favorite artist. When Nas dissed me, I was like, ‘Damn.’ We grew up on Nas. What did Nas diss us for?



“So when he dissed me for no reason, I’m like, ‘Damn, I didn’t do nothing to Nas.’ But it was when I just signed to Roc-A-Fella and I was like, ‘Damn, man. Do we ignore Nas or do we respond to Nas?’

He continued: “To me, that was against the rule. We had no platinum album out, Dipset was just developing. Then when we dissed Nas, that was our second mixtape.

“But we had to do that ’cause we just getting in the door after a fucked up deal I had at Sony. That’s why I did it — I felt our backs were against the wall.”