Ma$e pulled up to the USC and Colorado football game on Saturday (September 30) in Boulder and pledged his allegiance to the Trojans.
Murda was draped in Colorado threads supporting Coach Prime but ended up switching sidelines and rooting on USC to victory as they escaped with a 48-41 win.
Ma$e even posted a video dancing to Baha Men’s “Who Let The Dogs Out” while celebrating with USC.
“How da fuck he get on their sideline?! N-gga Betha talking bout ‘USC adopted him’ in his caption,” Cam responded.
Killa then grilled Ma$e about him jumping ship to USC on the latest episode of It Is What It Is on Monday (October 2).
“I told n-ggas had everything laid out for you,” Cam said of rolling out the red carpet for Ma$e with great hospitality in Colorado.
“You had your own suite ready, they had the car service ready for you, catering, and once n-ggas start losing. How the fuck you get on the USC sideline? … You embarrassed me, man… People seen that it was a little embarrassing for me, man.”
Ma$e responded: “Well you know I’m an East Coast artist, right? Things started getting bad I had to take it back to Cali you know? I had my whole family in the Prime Time outfit. When I got in the arena everybody started grabbing me from the USC side. It was crazy.
“I was up there getting a Smashburger and they took me to the USC side. Once I started take pictures with people, USC guys they grabbed me. I came in through the regular gate. I took the kids to get the experience. By the time I got in there, I couldn’t get in the Colorado side.”
For what it’s worth, Cam’ron wasn’t buying any of Ma$e’s story of being recruited by USC while decked out in Colorado gear.
Cam might have some explaining to do to Colorado head coach Deion Sanders when he finds out Ma$e switched up on them.