Cam’ron is still confident in his hooping ability and has called out former Miami Heat baller Mario Chalmers as he believes he could take him in a game of one-on-one.
In the latest episode of It Is What It Is, Killa Cam and Ma$e debated Chalmers’ recent controversial comments about how he felt nobody in the NBA “feared” LeBron James amid his basketball dominance.
Cam’ron went a step further and claimed he could beat the former NBA pro one-on-one as long as he had about 10 days to work out and get in shape for the contest.
“I’ll tell you one thing, Mario, ain’t nobody scared to play against your ass,” Cam’ron said. “I’ll play you tonight, n-gga. Suit up, n-gga. I’ll play you tonight.”
Ma$e then asked Cam to put his money where his mouth is and the Dipset rapper is willing to “put the house on it.”
“10-day workout, whatever you want to bet we can put the house on it. I need 10 days though. Absolutely… I could beat Chalmers.”
The Harlem World rapper even called his own number and challenged future NBA Hall-of-Famer Chris Paul to a battle on the hardwood. “There’s a few n-ggas in the NBA we could beat. You could beat Chalmers; I could beat Chris Paul,” he declared.
Cam and Ma$e chalked up Chalmers’ targeting of LeBron to the Kansas Jayhawk alum having a personal vendetta against the Los Angeles Lakers superstar.
“Nobody fears Bron,” Chalmers shared on the Playmakers HQ podcast earlier this month. “Nobody’s like, ‘Damn, I gotta go play against Bron tonight.’ Nobody said that. I don’t know why, because I seen people be scared when they actually line up to him, but they’re not scared thinking about that matchup.”
James and Chalmers were Heat teammates for all four years of LeBron’s South Beach stint as the King led Miami to four straight NBA Finals appearances and back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013.
Meanwhile, even though Cam has only just recently started his sports podcast, he’s already announced the next project in his rapidly growing side career as a media personality: a talk show he feels could end Dr. Phil’s 20-year run.
“It’s called Come And Talk To Me, where I give advice,” he said during a recent episode of It Is What It Is. “I’m taking Dr. Phil and them n-ggas outta here. Dr. Phil, y’all n-ggas’ days is numbered! I’m taking everybody outta here. Dr. Phil, you might as well wrap your shit up, ’cause I’m doing everybody Black or Brown… not even Black and Brown, every race.”