Snoop from The Wire and Cam’ron were the latest guests on Love & Hip-Hop: New York season seven, but don’t believe that they’re going to regulars on the show, especially Killa.
The Harlem rapper took to Instagram very early this morning and posted a message for the show’s management. Let’s just say he wasn’t too happy.
“I’m not a cast member on Love & Hip-Hop,” he said during the selfie video. “I did a scene for Juelz ‘cause he’s on the show, I did a scene for Juju ‘cause she’s on the show. I should not be in anybody’s commercials especially when the paperwork isn’t done. Obviously these people haven’t done business with me before so they don’t know how I get down, but tomorrow, we’ll take care of it.”
UFC President Dana White was also the target of some criticism. It sounds like he didn’t cut Cam a check when using his song “Welcome to New York” to promote his forthcoming bout between Conor McGregor and Eddie Alvarez.
“Second order of business is Dana White from the UFC,” he said. “You’ve been using my song all week to promote the Conor McGregor fight in Madison Square Garden – “Welcome to New York” featuring Jay Z off my album Come Home With Me. Once again nobody reached out to me [laughs]. I guess it’s nobody’s fault ‘cause this is the first time both of these companies are doing business with me and somebody should’ve told them how I get down. We’ll be reaching out tomorrow, me and my lawyer. See ya tomorrow.”
Jeez. Sounds like Cam’ron’s not the best person to owe a favor to. If you’ve ever seen Killa Season, you’d know why, too. Check out what Cam’ron had to say in full below.
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