Cam'ron & All Of Rap Twitter to Respond To Mase "The Oracle", Thesis Registration

HipHop News Posted on November 24, 2017 at 6:35am

Cam'ron & All Of Rap Twitter to Respond To Mase "The Oracle", Thesis Registration

Let's play.

Somewhere in the city of new york – With Fabolous and Jadakiss finally dropping Friday On Elm Street and now cam'ron reinforce with a newly returned and fully charged up Mase, November 24, has been the most important day for the '00s-era NYC Hip Hop fans since the last time the Timberland Factory Store had a two-for-one sale.

Cam replied to "The Oracle" quickly, but without specifically addressing any of the accusations, incendiary — including an eyebrow-raising post about your sister who seems more suitable for the West of Harlem.

Even so, he showed that he was ready for the challenge by posting a picture of Mase, who had left the rap game to become a reverent, with a bible and captioned, "Good morning to u to betha...lol, we're Going to play nigga..," ending with a kissing emoji.

Good morning to u to betha...lol, we're Going to play nigga.. 😘

A post shared by @mr_camron on Nov 24, 2017, 10:20 am PST

Of course, that on Black Friday, many Hip Hop fans were still nursing a turkey hangover on the couch or tests of their new phones, so that everyone had time to listen to the track and tweet your thoughts.

Take a look at some more reactions below.

Jesus christ, Mase, that someone of the child and one of my rappers favorite

— Red Flag, Esq. (@RedFlagNYC) November 24, 2017

Cam can't let this shit be the soundtrack of a 4-day weekend. Do what you might as well cut another video where you tell the camera to "get a shot of the pool"

— Yaki 3.0 (@VapeHop) November 24, 2017

To be clear, Cam fucked to his sister, Jay-Z shot his brother, Eminem got beef with your mom, your pun was abusing his family, and Biggie wanted to suck the cock of dad. My childhood shattered. Hip Hop is gay. Battlerap>>>>>

— K (@BiggK757) November 24, 2017

I'm just baffled at how Mase the transition, far from being a pastor. Is a born again sinner? He spoke of the end to your minister?

— David Dennis Jr.

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