During the latest episode of his sports talk show It Is What It Is on Thursday (May 4), Cam called out the Golden State Warriors guard over his performances in the playoffs, while referencing a recent report about him spending half a million dollars on a date with the buzzing Bronx rapper.
“Jordan Poole, you spent $500,000 on an Ice Spice date,” he began. “You’re a munch and you’re playing like a fucking munch. This is not you from last year, bro. Go back to Milwaukee and figure it the fuck out and get back in the playoffs ’cause you look crazy.
“‘Cause I had your back last year. You got n-ggas out here talking ’bout, ‘What was all that Jordan Poole you was poppin’?’ You fuckin a munch. Nah, he’s a munch, ’cause I had his back.”
He continued: “A lot of n-ggas don’t know Jordan Poole was in the G League and then he had the comeback, and I’m like, ‘Yeah, n-gga got his just due.’ Now, you a munch. I better see a fucking difference.
“Let me tell you something, what Steve Curry’s doing, this is what Steve Curry’s doing: he’s putting you out there next to n-ggas your age, Ja Morant’s killing you… he’s pissing me off, I’m sick of this n-gga.”
Co-host Ma$e echoed Cam’ron’s scathing sentiment by saying: “Give him a towel. Killa, you’re sweating too much. This n-gga Jordan Poole, I knew he was bugging. This n-gga did an in-and-out and ran a n-gga over.”
Cam continued: “‘Cause he’s erratic. What happens is this: when you start dating the Ice Spice’s, the people, they say, ‘Boo watching.’ ‘Let me get all crazy ’cause boo [watching].’ She don’t give a fuck, she from the Bronx, bro … Jordan Poole, next time you go to New York … you’re gon’ see what you spent $500,000 on and be like, ‘Yo, I was wilin.'”
Ma$e then joked that Poole could’ve won over Ice Spice by simply buying her “a pizza,” before Cam’ron admitted: “I ain’t mean to go that deep on Jordan Poole but I’m sick of this shit.”
Cam’ron’s comments come after the Golden State Warriors scraped out a 4-3 victory over the Sacramento Kings in the first round of the NBA playoffs, progressing to the Western Conference semi-finals against the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Warriors tied up the series 1-1 on Thursday night (May 4) with a 127-100 victory over LeBron James and co., during which Jordan Poole scored six points.
In Game 1 of their matchup earlier this week, Poole scored 21 points but missed a shot from 28 feet with 10 seconds left on the clock in attempt to tie the game.
Game 3 is set to take place on Saturday (May 6) at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.