Like many artists in the past month, Harlem rapper Cam’ron was asked what he thought of Solange Knowles’ attack on Jay Z in an elevator last month at the Standard Hotel in New York City.

Cam’ron responded to the question by first recalling his own encounter in an elevator with Solange. Unlike Jay Z’s interaction with Solange, Cam says the Houston songstress was “mad cool” during the brief time they were together in the elevator.

The Dipset rapper later added that no matter what Jay Z would have done in that predicament it still would have been a no-win situation.

“You know what’s crazy? Probably about four or five months ago I was in an elevator with Solange,” Cam’ron said, during an interview with Tim Westwood. “She was mad cool, man. She was stupid cool in the elevator, man…I wish we had audio. Son took off. She was really hype though. I’m not gon’ lie. I would be honest, man. To be totally honest and be straight up, it’s kind of a no-win situation. Because if he would’ve hit her back, he would’ve been a sucka for hitting her back. Like ‘Aww, he’s hitting women.’ And then, that he don’t hit her back, he’s a sucka for keep getting hit so many times.”

Prior to speaking on Jay Z versus Solange, Cam’ron spoke on the status of a Dipset reunion album. He says that all of the members in the group are on good terms and that they’re simply having a hard time trying to get everyone on the same page time-wise.

“We want to do it…We want to do it just by everybody getting on the right page and the right schedule,” he said. “Cause everybody’s cool. It ain’t like we got beef with each other. Everybody’s at each other’s house. Everybody’s speaking to each other. But I’m here. Jim’s there. Juelz is there. Then we get together for two to three days. Then we all got to leave again. You know? It’s gotta be one of those scenarios where we basically take three to five weeks off and sit in a room. Or go to Miami or New York or wherever we wanna be, but be with each other for a month straight, so we can knock it out.”

Cam’ron is currently preparing for the release of the Federal Reserve EP, a collaborative project between himself and A-Trak. Although a release date for the project has yet to be announced, A-Trak did reveal that the EP was 90 percent done, during an interview with Vlad TV last month.

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