Mase Seemingly Lashes Out At Diddy On New Track, Accusing Him Of Exploiting Biggie’s Kids

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Mase, Diddy

Mase Seemingly Lashes Out At Diddy On New Track, Accusing Him Of Exploiting Biggie’s Kids

Rapper and minister Mase may have got his big break with Diddy’s Bad Boy Records in the 90s, but it’s safe to say he wants no dealings with the record label or its CEO.

The “What You Want” rapper took to Instagram on Tuesday to let his followers know he had released new music, a track titled “ORACLE 2: The Liberation of Mason Betha.” It’s since garnered more than 500,000 streams on YouTube, with many people speculating the track to be about Diddy.

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“We ain’t gang, we ain’t goals, we ain’t family, we ain’t foes and we definitely not bros, we ain’t nothing n***a,” he raps. “And we definitely not goals and we definitely not woes, you can feel it in your soul, we ain’t nothing n***a.”

Mase appears to be following up on “The Oracle,” his Cam’ron diss track from 2017.

In the new track, Mase also reportedly accuses Diddy of exploiting the children of the late Notorious B.I.G.

“I’m not hating on your Billi worth/Right now, I’m only saying what you really work/You ain’t no architect/You just a n***a who know how to market death,” he raps.

Notorious B.I.G. was at the top of the music industry when he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997, with his death coming just weeks before his album Life After Death was slated to be released.

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The public beef between his former friend and label mate Mase dates back to at least 2020. It was then that Mase took to Instagram to accuse Diddy of shady and “extremely unfair” business practices. The accusations came after Diddy delivered a touching speech at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy gala, in which he claimed to now be “for the artist.”

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Mase then said Diddy tarnished his name, but he had to put a smile on his face and continue to perform to please the public.

“For example, u still got my publishing from 24 years ago in which u gave me $20k. Which makes me never want to work w/ u as any artist wouldn’t after u know someone is robbing you & tarnishing your name when u don’t want to comply w/ his horrendous business model.”

Diddy has long been accused of swindling his artists, the claim being reignited in 2021 when he penned an open letter calling out corporate America for failing to invest in Black media.

A short time after being called out by Mase, the Bad Boy CEO was criticized by Q Parker of R&B group 112. Q Parker said he not only had the same contract as Mase but was also trying to get out of it.

“If you’re gonna be the face of this black excellence, there’s some actions that I’m gonna challenge you to make. It’s a lot of things out here that you can make right with a lot of people who contributed to your wealth,” he said at the time.

Complex reports that Mase retired from hip-hop in 1999 to pursue a career as a pastor. He was ordained by Clark Atlanta University and in January 2021, he was named pastor of Gathering Oasis Church in Atlanta.

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Authored by: ShaCamree Gowdy