In the mid-to-late 1990s, Cam’ron joined Big L, Herb McGruff, Bloodshed and Murda Mase in Children of the Corn. The Harlem quartet, produced by early Cam’ron producer Digga, would never surface into the mainstream as a unit, however three of the four members secured major label solo deals. Early this morning, Cam’ron called out former rhyme partner Mase over his absense at former protege, Huddy 6’s funeral.

RT @ShellRdDiplomat: @Mr_Camron did mase show for huddy’s funeral?/hell no dat fuckin sucka ass niggaless than a minute ago via Echofon

As a member of Mase’s Harlem World group, Huddy 6 was an artist of the then Bad Boy Records star. Last week, the rapper died as a result of a car accident in New York. The group, which consisted of rappers including Loon and Cardan, and was presented by Mase, released a gold 1999 group album in The Movement. While Mase, who has not spoken publicly in several weeks was not present, Cam’ron and U.N. partner Vado were among those present.

After disputes in the past, it was previously rumored that Cam’ron and Mase had recorded together for the first time in over a decade on a song called “Get It.”

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