Ma$e Shreds Cam’Ron On New Diss Track “The Oracle” (Audio)

November 24, 2017

BET reports that it isn’t all love in Harlem. Only days after Dipset squashed the beef once and for all, reuniting on stage at Spotify’s Rap Caviar concert, Ma$e came out of hiding to drop a new song taking shots at a member of the hip-hop group. The reformed rapper released “The Oracle” on November 24, 2017, targeting Cam’Ron.

For those who may not know, Ma$e and Cam go way back to their early middle school days in Harlem. The two have had their fair share of disagreements and disputes over the years, ranging from a bunch of different subjects. On the new diss track however, Ma$e takes aim at Killa Cam’s supposed shadiness.

On the 4-minute track, Ma$e says he’s going to set the record straight on what really happened between him and Cam.

“Imagine 20 years with a bitter b***h in the same drama / P***y n***a wearing pink, guess he think he matching,” the rapper spits, poking fun at Cam’s famous pink, fur ensemble. “I’m a paint a picture let the n***a’s pick the caption / F**k bars, Imma tell n***as what really happened.”

He goes on to discuss his grievances with Cam, including previous business deals gone bad, setting people up, Cam’s relationship with other members of Dipset, and the time Cam allegedly had sexual relations with his sister.

It’s been awhile since fans have heard any tunes from Ma$e. His last musical appearance was in July 21, 2017, with a guest feature on a Steve Aoki track. Listen to “The Oracle” here.

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