Cam, who has been at odds with Mase before, took to his Twitter page to put the former Harlem World frontman on blast. Following a tweet from a fan inquiring about Mase's attendance, Cam unleashed his fury. "Hell no dat f---in' sucka a-- n--- ," he wrote.
Cam also dropped a freestyle dedicated to his friend's memory, while taking another jab at Mase. Rapping over Eminem's 'No Love' instrumental, the former Diplomat member broke down the pain of losing a friendship, which spanned well over a decade. "145 and St. Nick, I'm there for Blood wake, 13 years later back here for Hud wake," he raps. "Can't lie ya'll my mind is in a bugged state/ Feel like Radio Raheem, love hate/ Smoked a quarter p.n. a day stuck face, talk slick about Hud find out what slugs taste/ Where Betha at, I'm like f--- Mase!"
Both Cam and Mase started their rap careers in the early '90s by way of the group Children of the Corn, which also featured slain rapper Big L, and his cousin Bloodshed who also died in a car accident back in 1997. The group later broke up, and Mase went on to find success as a solo artist signing to Bad Boy Records. The two reunited for the Cam's breakout single 'Horse and Carriage,' of his 1998 gold selling debut 'Confessions of Fire.' The former friends initially began their feud over a reported $50,000 Mase requested to appear in one of Cam's music videos, and have clearly not put their disagreemenst to bed.
Huddy, born Andre Hudson died in a car accident, on New York City's George Washington Bridge on October 13. The 33-year-old, who was known for his affiliations with the likes of Cam, Mase and Jim Jones, also worked as a party promoter.