Ma$e has turned to a higher power for help after his close friend and collaborator Cam’ron hinted at going into business with Diddy.
The Dipset rapper and Bad Boy mogul hung out together in Miami over the weekend, and both shared a photo of their seemingly good-natured encounter on Instagram, which showed them sharing a laugh in front of a Bentley.
While Puff declared the duo “HARLEM’S FINEST‼️,” Killa Cam hinted at bringing his sports talk show It Is What It Is to Diddy’s Revolt media network. Cam also joked that his co-host Ma$e “gave him permission” to meet his former label boss.
“@rsvpmase gave me permission go. Revolt sports X @itiswhatitis_talk??????????” Cam’ron wrote in his caption along with a series of thinking face emojis. “@diddy [black heart emojis].”
Ma$e, who has been at odds with Diddy over the years due to a financial dispute dating back to his days as a Bad Boy artist, took to the comments section to send a prayer for his Children of the Corn cohort.
“God pls tell @diddy bring the briefcase [briefcase emoji] cause I can’t swap this out for publishing @mr_camron [crying face emojis] [fire emoji] #ThrowInTheTowel #NoLol,” the Harlem World hitmaker joked.
Comedian Jay Pharoah also issued a warning to Cam’ron, writing: “Don’t drink the ciroc bruh.”
Cam’ron launched It Is What It Is as a YouTube sports talk show earlier this year, and has already made headlines for his unfiltered and often hilarious comments on major league sports.
During an episode in February, Killa Cam labeled future NBA Hall of Famer Chris Paul a “a habitual nut puncher” while questioning whether he’s ever actually strengthened a team he’s played for — including his current home, the Phoenix Suns.
“I really don’t like Chris Paul,” he declared. “I like Kevin Durant, fuck is you talking about? … I trust Kevin Durant, though, that’s who I do trust. I trust Devin Booker. I think that Chris Paul is a jinx; I hope he doesn’t jinx this situation. I think everywhere he goes, he fucks shit up.”
He added: “People say he’s the perfect point guard, the floor general. We never win, my n-gga. N-ggas be like, ‘He bring the experience.’ Experience of what? Not winning no muthafucking chips?”
Cam has also saved plenty of vitriol for pro ballers in his native New York City, telling struggling Brooklyn Nets guard to “get the fuck out of New York.”
“Philly, y’all are suckas for shipping him over to us,” he said after losing a $1 bet to Ma$e that Simmons would average at least 10 points per game this season. “Y’all can take him. Personally, you fucked your whole stock up. I don’t know anybody that want you, but you can leave New York. You costing me money.”
Meanwhile, It Is What It Is may not be the only acquisition Diddy is looking to make. Earlier this month, it was reported the Bad Boy boss is “exploring the opportunity” to purchase a majority stake of BET, which owner Paramount Global is reportedly looking to selling.
As he wrote on Twitter, Puff is aiming to make the network “Black-owned again so we have the power to tell our own stories, control our own narrative!”