Hours after the Bad Boy mogul’s explosive interview on The Breakfast Club, in which he also branded his former signee a “fake pastor,” Murda Mase fired back at Puff in a Instagram video on Wednesday (October 5).
The clip found the Harlem World rapper taunting his former label boss by bringing up his mother and claiming “everything” is in her name — including the “receipts” that supposedly prove Diddy didn’t steal money from his artists.
“How dare this n-gga talking about he want receipts,” an irritated Ma$e said into the camera. “Let’s start with your mother, n-gga. Your mother got the receipts, n-gga. Everything is in your mother’s name. That’s the one who’s got the receipts, n-gga.”
Ma$e also mentioned former Bad Boy signees The Notorious B.I.G., Craig Mack and Black Rob, who are all no longer here to provide their own “receipts,” before implying other artists who were on the label have been legally forced to stay silent on the matter.
“You need more proof, n-gga? Big ain’t here so Big can’t give you no receipts, he dead,” he added. “Craig Mack can’t give you receipts, he dead. What are you talking about? Who else? Black Rob can’t give you receipts, he dead.
“And everybody else you made sign paperwork so they can’t talk about what I’m talking about. I’m the only one with the guts! I’m not signing, n-gga, ’cause I don’t need the money. All money ain’t good money — remember that.”
Earlier, Ma$e posted another video on Instagram addressing Diddy’s Breakfast Club comments.
“Yo, you see how people act when you won’t let them come on stage and give they fake apology so they can promote that little wack song?” he said with a laugh, referencing Puff’s latest single “Gotta Move On.”
In the caption he added: “He just [angry face emojis] I did not want him to come on stage with me to give his fake apology. You’re high chill out! [crying face emojis] I’M GOOD LOVE.”
Diddy’s Breakfast Club interview aired Wednesday morning and found the Harlem native dissing Ma$e while attempting to clear his name over long-standing allegations of him withholding money from his Bad Boy artists.
“I did one album with Ma$e! One album! How much money do you think I owe this guy?” he said. “One album, and then he became a fake pastor? And went and conned people? And then y’all gon’ let him throw dirt on the god’s name?
“Ma$e owes me $3 million. That’s facts, I got the receipt. Did the [second] album, never delivered. And I’m not going to go back and forth with Ma$e, I’m not going back and forth with nobody. I’ma speak up for myself now.”
Puff’s mother, Janice Combs, got involved in the long-running feud in July when she interrupted her son’s Instagram Live and warned Ma$e: “Don’t mess with my son.”
Her comments came months after the “Feel So Good” rapper dropped the diss track “Oracle 2: The Liberation of Mason Betha,” on which he aired out Diddy’s alleged shady business tactics.
“N-ggas trying to starve my kids and give my money to his first born / I’m not the n-gga posed to work for ’em / You ‘pose to teach Coach and P about a legacy / Instead the n-ggas follow you, you teaching treachery / And now you say you check for me without a check for me,” he rapped.