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Cam'ron says Ma$e finally receives his publishing back from Diddy


“It Is What It Is” founder shared that fellow Harlem rapper Mase has settled his long-running publishing issues with Diddy.

Cam’ron says Ma$e got his publishing back from Diddy

Ma$e finally gets his publishing back from Diddy, Cam'ron says.


On Wednesday (Aug. 30), the Dipset legend shared the news on Instagram to congratulate his Harlem friend for getting back his publishing from Diddy. Cam'ron noted that he “just finished the paperwork” earlier this week and is now “getting his music back in order.”


In his post, Killa Cam also plugged his new mixtape The Lost Files, which he announced is dropping on September 8 — albeit without any Ma$e features.


“My n!*** murder had to sit this one out. He just got his publishing back from Puff. Just finished the paper work for that yesterday,” Cam wrote in the caption. “Congrats @rsvpmase while he getting his music back in order, I’m dumping my hard drive pause. The lost files vol 1. Sept 8.”


Read Cam'ron’s Instagram post revealing Ma$e is getting his publishing back from Diddy below.

Ma$e and Diddy have feuding for years, claiming Diddy owns his publishing and refuses to give it back. Back in 2020, Ma$e stated that he offered Diddy $2 million to buy back his publishing but the Bad Boy mogul refused. In the last few years, both Diddy and Ma$e have traded shots. Last October, Diddy claimed he had receipts to prove Ma$e owed him $3 million during an interview on The Breakfast Club. Ma$e fired back at Puff over the claims. Now, it appears they've finally settled their monetary differences.

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