Mase recently clapped back at Diddy for denying that he ever paid money he owed him in the past.
Mase fired back at Diddy’s comments from his recent interview with The Breakfast Club about still owing his former boss money.
He pointed out that he cannot give receipts for artists such as Biggie, Craig Mack, and Black Rob because they are deceased and the other former artists signed a non-disclosure agreement.
Mase also made fun of Diddy for promoting his recent single “Gotta Move On,” which features Bryson Tiller.
Diddy went on The Breakfast Club and said Mase owes him money for bailing him out to be a pastor shortly after the release of his sophomore album, Double Up, in 1999.
In 2017, Mase said that he could never diss Diddy because he did a lot for him in his career.
In 2020, an artist named Little Shawn came to Diddy’s defense, saying the “What You Want” artist shouldn’t be complaining about a deal he signed.
Ironically enough, Mase was recently accused of conducting the same business practices with Fivio Foreign, where the New York rapper only received a small amount of money in his deal.
Recently, Mase went on TikTok to recruit artists to his label.
Mase Goes After Diddy In Oracle 2
Earlier this year, Mase dropped a diss record aimed at Diddy “Oracle 2.” It is a sequel to “Oracle, “ a lengthy diss song aimed at former Mase foe, rapper Cam’ron.