Kanye West's lengthy list of friends-turned-foes just got longer.
Despite their history of working together— "Dead or Alive," “Un Casa” from Diplomatic Immunity, and "Dip-Set Forever" on Purple Haze— Cam'ron, unofficial leader of legendary hip-hop group, Dipset, went full savage mode on the Chicago native during the first track of the group's reunion album. On "Intro: Stay Down," Killa Cam bodied his former labelmate.
He urged Roc-A-Fella icon, Dame Dash to heed his warning about Ye not having his best interest at heart. Proclaiming, "Dame Dash my man, he shootin' then I'm buckin' with him/They shootin' at us? Sh*t, I'm duckin' with him..."
However, he wasn't even come to being finished. Cam downplayed the GOOD Music founder's mental illness and even dubbed him an "Uncle Tom n***a." This isn't the first time Cam read Ye for filth. 2017's "Coleshaw" dragged the "Good Life" emcee, amid his lengthy rant about Jay-Z.
Despite the internet being torn about the surprise diss, it'd be interesting to see if and how Kanye will respond. Stream the full track below.
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