Cam'Ron Won't Stand For Being Clowned by Pro Basketball Legend Stephon Marbury

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 16:  Rapper Cam'ron attends the Hip-Hop Beat Showcase at TuneIn Studios @ SXSW 2017 on Thursday, March 16th 2017 in Austin, TX.  (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn)

Cam'Ron Won't Stand For Being Clowned by Pro Basketball Legend Stephon Marbury

He's proposing a little 1-on-1 for charity.

Published April 9, 2017

Cam'Ron has been feeling a little nostalgic lately for the good ol' days. You know, the ones where he'd spit just as much smack on the basketball court as he would in the recording booth.

As diehard fans are well aware, the rapper, along with Ma$e, used to flex their ballplaying talents in Harlem when they were growing up. Taking to Instagram this weekend, Killa Cam reflected on his days on the street courts and it wasn't before long before others from that chapter in his life started to chime in.

However, Cam didn't quite get the reaction he was hoping for.

After posting an Instagram collage boasting that he used to "school" the likes of legends such as Stephon Marbury, Rafer “Skip To My Lou” Alston, Kareem Reid and God Shammgod, some came forward to challenge his claims, responding to his condifent caption of "Ask'm."

Some of his peers commented on his Instagram that he was full of it, with Marbury himself hilariously confirming that Cam's real talent was in blowing spit bubbles. Cam had a good laugh at that, sharing that the pro basketball player wasn't even lying about that fact.

Naturally, one thing led to another and now Cam'Ron is proposing he and Marbury play one-on-one this summer at Madison Square Garden, with proceeds going to charity.

Despite the possibility that Marbury may be tied up with a prior commitment across the world--as he currently is playing for the Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association--hopefully such a match can manifest itself sometime this summer.

We'd love to see Cam put his money where his mouth is and revisit his talents on the basketball court, especially for a good cause.

Take a look at the playful exchanges in the posts below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn)


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