Through the years, former Bad Boys Records superstar Mase has expressed his disdain for Diddy.
Appearing on the latest episode of Wallo and Gillie’s Million Dollars Worth Of Game podcast, the Harlem World rapper provides another breakdown into what he feels was Puff hindering his growth and never giving him the money he deserves.
“What did Puff do to piss you the f**k off?” Wallo asked Mase.
"I felt like I did more than I got credit for, more than what I got paid for," he shared on the Sunday (July 31) released podcast.
“I never got paid what I was worth and I never got the respect I was worth, so this disdain that I got for Puff is more like you trying to keep me here,” he said, signaling his hands in the motion of being pushed down.
Further, he explained that “all my peers are bosses,” and he feels he was kept
in a box and unable to branch off.
Mase, 46, said he came up with “Mo Money, Mo Problems” lyrics and the beat, too. He said he worked with Stevie J on how the beat should go.
“So just imagine all of these moments that are taken from you. The records, the beats, you ain’t getting the money, you ain’t getting the publishing, you ain’t getting the respect.”
After releasing a scorching hot debut album, 1997’s Harlem World, Mase went on to leave Bad Boy Records, stating, “you’re not paying me and you’re not respecting me and that’s the real problem.”
During the May Lovers & Friends Festival in Las Vegas, Mase experienced technical difficulties while attempting to perform his, Diddy and the late Notorious B.I.G.’s hit, “Mo Money, Mo Problems.” Mase claimed Diddy paid for the technical difficulty.