Ma$e and Cam’ron appear to have patched things up, ending a long-standing feud that dates as far back as the late 1990s.

The two Harlem rappers were once brothers in arms, taking the rap world by storm as both solo artists and cohorts in the group Children Of The Corn — which also included Big L, Herb McGruff and the late Bloodshed.

But after Ma$e decided to retire from rap and move to Atlanta to become a pastor, things got heated between the two rappers and a feud soon ensued that lasted for almost two decades.

On Monday (August 1), while sitting down with Million Dollaz Worth of Game, Ma$e told hosts Gillie Da Kid and Wallo that he regretted the beef with Killa, and said the dispute soiled a relationship he never wanted to ruin.

Now, in a new video shared by Ma$e’s sister Stason Betha, the former Bad Boy rapper appears to have made up with Cam, jumping on the phone with the Dipset leader.

Ma$e, who is all smiles in the clip, says to Cam’ron: “Killa, what’s good?” followed by a laugh. After Cam responds, Ma$e then jokes: “Where’s Mr. Petty at these days?” seemingly in reference to “Dinner Time,” a 2017 diss record aimed at Ma$e on which Cam raps: “You done opened up a door, I’m petty, ready for war.”

Stason captioned the post: “Ok now @rsvpmase and @mr_camron I DEFINITELY DID NOT SEE THIS COMING but I’m here for it!!!! Smh y’all gotta stop with this nonsense or I’m swinging on both of y’all!!!”

After a series of hearts, her caption ended with the hashtags: #The2KingsOfPetty, #WhenMenGrowUp, #ILoveIt, #Mase and #Cam.

 

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Ma$e later posted the clip to his Instagram, to which Cam replied with multiple hands up emojis in the comments.

The problems between Ma$e and Cam began in 1999 after Ma$e left New York for the ATL, which some have speculated happened because of an ongoing feud he had with a street figure named Baby Maine back in his hometown of Harlem.

Ma$e returned to the rap game five years later with a new album called Welcome Back, which he promoted on Flunk Flex’s Hot 97 radio program. During the show, Cam and Jim Jones called in to interrogate Ma$e over his abrupt departure from Harlem. The trio argued live on Hot 97, with Cam calling him a “fraud.”

Numerous diss tracks followed between the pair, the most noteworthy being Cam’s diss on “Take ‘Em to Church” off his iconic 2004 album Purple Haze.

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Everybody Welcoming this, Welcoming that/ He wasn’t welcome in the first place, how we welcome him back?Juelz Santana rapped on the track. Cam added: “Do Harlem a favor, get a church or something.

While Cam’ron continued to insult Ma$e both in interviews and in tracks, the latter didn’t return fire until 2017 with his track “The Oracle.” The two then resumed trading shots at one another online and in a few diss tracks before tensions fizzled out unresolved.

Elsewhere during his interview on Million Dollaz Worth of Game, Ma$e also addressed allegations of questionable business practices involving Fivio Foreign.

The New York drill rapper had previously claimed on the same podcast that he had signed with Ma$e’s RichFish Records for $5,000, and that a friend of his pressured him into signing the deal.

Ma$e addressed the situation, claiming that although he did give Fivio $5,000 to start off with, the drill rapper received up to $750,000 in total.

However, Fivio doesn’t look like he’ll be letting up on Ma$e anytime soon, as he’s just teased a new record that samples one of the Harlem native’s classic records in an apparent attempt to troll Ma$e.