Can’t we all just bury the hatchet? According to Cam’ron — who recently revealed in an MTV News interview — there’s no such thing as dropping the “beef” he and Jay Z had for years now.
It’s been over a decade now, but apparently Hov still have issues with the Harlem rapper as he claims his music is banned from being played at the 40/40 Club. Cam on the other hand says there’s no beef on his end:
If you go to the 40/40 club, you’re not allowed to play Diplomat music. It’s ridiculous. I got DJs who DJ in there who are my people, and you can’t play no Diplomat music in there. When we irk you that much, that’s the thing that makes me be like, ‘Wow.
The two lyricists have had their share of diss records over the years including songs off Cams second LP S.D.E and Jay Z’s 2006 track, “Brooklyn High.” The hip hop feud subsequently became a label war, too.
In the end, Cam’ron has nothing but love for Jay telling MTV “I like to see [Jay Z's] progression. I like to see the hustle. I’m happy to see somebody from the urban community that could go out and make a half billion dollars.”
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