Cam’ron may have started one of the most random beefs in Hip Hop today with relationship expert Derrick Jaxn. Last week, the Harlem legend took his problems to Instagram with a post dissing Jaxn.

“Where this cornball at,” Cam’ron asked in the caption. “You low now huh n-gga. Tried to come in my comments one day talking shit. I told n-ggas he’s Waldo from family matters, he just found the weight room. Buddy was never cool growing up. He couldn’t sit at lunch with n-ggas in high school they prolly gave this n-gga wedgies.”


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Killa Cam continued the verbal onslaught calling Jaxn a dumbass and claimed he didn’t get any girls in high school, which led to this internet personality he created.

“See social media allows you to be whoever you want and y’all be going for it,” Cam’ron continued. “Now he’s hiding. See if you was cool wit some of the homies they woulda helped ya dumb ass out and told you what to do after you got caught. Instead you held ya girl hostage and made her do that dumb ass video, then when people told you it was dumb you erased it.”

The issues Cam’ron has with Derrick Jaxn stems from the internet personality leaving a few comments on one of the rapper’s posts. Cam wasn’t too happy with the remarks and made sure to kick Jaxn while he was down from all the drama already surrounding him.

Jaxn was recently the talk of social media when he admitted to cheating on his wife despite giving people advice on their relationships. People proceeded to drag Jaxn for being a fraud and publicly embarrassing his wife.

It’s safe to say Cam’ron and Derrick Jaxn won’t be friends anytime soon, especially after the “Oh Boy” rapper explained he has blocked over 2000,000 people on social media last week. Cam took to his Instagram Live to explain why he has no issue blocking his haters and keeping his peace.

Cam’ron Says He’s Blocked More Than 200K People On Social Media

“I got at least 200,000 people minimum blocked,” he estimated. “That’s at least, so maybe more than that. Don’t ever feel bad about blocking someone, it’s your page!”

Cam continued to make an analogy, “Somebody come in your house and be like, ‘I don’t like the curtains. I don’t really like the furniture.’ Well, get the fuck out. Why are you here? You don’t like a bunch of shit, but you still in here.”