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Diddy’s former Bad Boy Records artist, Mase says he's 'Saving His Diddy Takes' for his own documentary

Mase revealed that he's staying silent until the Diddy documentary is completed.

MASE addressed his silence surrounding Diddy on Tuesday's episode.

While 50 Cent remained most vocal critic ever since sexual abuse allegations started to emerge against the Bad Boy Records founder.

Several celebrities have spoken out against the disgraced hip-hop mogul in the days since, though Mase—who has had many issues with Diddy in the past—has remained fairly quiet.

On Tuesday (May 21), The "It Is What It Is" co-host briefly spoke about Diddy, saying around the 5:35 minute mark, “I’m saving my takes for the documentary." He added, “If y’all wondering how I feel, it’s coming soon, pause.”

It’s unclear what documentary Mase might be referring to. On Tuesday, reports surfaced that Netflix won a bidding war for 50 Cent’s multi-part docuseries about Diddy’s various sexual assault allegations. Fif—who has been trolling Diddy since Cassie's lawsuit surfaced last November—later confirmed the news on Instagram, saying, “If more victims keep coming out, I’m gonna need more episodes."

Elsewhere in the episode, Cam’ron addressed those who criticized his viral CNN interview with anchor Abby Phillip, which showed him drinking his PinkHorsePower supplement and admitting he was “going to get some cheeks” afterward.

“[Mase and I] do all these positive things, and you call me on CNN for the bullshit, I'm gonna give you the bullshit. That's just what's gonna happen," Cam said, adding that Phillip’s questions were self-explanatory. He explained that what he really wanted to do was promote his products, discuss his and Mase’s successful podcast, and share the other work the pair have been doing.


In addition to 50 Cent's trolling, the rapper recently sold a Diddy documentary to Netflix after a huge bidding war ensued involving multiple networks and streaming platforms. The docuseries, produced through 50's G-Unit Film and Television Studios, comes after the Power mogul has relentlessly trolled Diddy ever since Diddy's ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura filed suit against him for sexual and physical abuse back in November of 2023. 50 Cent has clowned Diddy on social media almost non-stop, and currently remains one of the only mainstream celebrities that's come out as anti-Diddy.


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