In a video interview with DJ Vlad, Dipset’s Juelz Santana spoke on his crew’s relationship with rapper Mase. Santana revealed that he has no issue with Mase and any beef with the Harlem rapper turned pastor was “inherited” because of his ties with Dipset.
“For me that was something that was inherited,” Santana explained. “That was a problem that was kinda like inherited…I never really said nothing about Mase because it was something that I never knew too much about. That’s like somebody new getting with Jim or Cam trying to talk about our situation as Diplomats. For one, they shouldn’t allow them to, at the end of the day. And for two, you don’t really know too much about that situation.”
Santana went on to explain that he has no beef with Mase, but in the end he’s always going to side with his brothers.
“I don’t got no personal feelings towards Mase…I can only move in the direction that’s right. If it’s something I don’t know about or something, if I’m with my brothers, just like nobody is gonna let nothing happen to me and vice versa,” said Santana. “People know me, I’m not there to get into it or entertain or start talking about something that don’t concern me.”
Dipset’s Jim Jones cleared up his issues with Mase June of last year during a phone interview with New York City’s Power 105.1 and revealed that he has “nothing but love” for the rapper.