Cam’ron Says Jay Z Banned Dip Set Music From the 40/40 Club [Video]

Rucuss staffOctober 11, 2013

It’s no secret that Cam’ron and Jay-Z are not friends.

In the mid-2000s, the New York rappers were involved in a heated exchange that began when they were both a part of Roc-A-Fella Records. Although their beef has since been squashed to an extent, Cam believes Jay Still holds some resentment.

In an interview with MTV, Cam claims Dipset music isn’t allowed to be played in Jay-Z’s 40/40 clubs.

“I think he got more of an attitude with us than we have with him,” Cam’ron told MTV. “We had our moment back and forth. I’m kind of over it. If you go to the 40/40 Club you’re not allowed to play Diplomat music. It’s ridiculous. I got DJ’s who DJ in there who are my people, and you can’t play no Diplomat music in there. When we irk you that much, that’s the thing that makes me be like, ‘Wow.'”

Cam adds, “If I had $500 million nothing can make me mad. But just for the simple fact that we get under your skin that much? Good, because we’re that fly, we’re that flashy, and we just that type of people to get you upset. But I don’t have any problem with him, I think it’s cool, but c’mon.”

A couple of weeks ago, Drake dropped the single Pound Cake that features Jay Z. Hov name checks Cam’ron, Damon Dash, Lyor Cohen, Kanye West and Roc-a-Fella co-founder Kareem ‘Biggs’ Burke. He claims he made them all millionaires.

When Cam was asked about the track, he didn’t agree.

“The way he worded what he worded, it made it seem like he made people money who already kinda had money,” he said. “I knew Jay when he didn’t have a million dollars, so I like to see his progression; I like to see the hustle. I’m happy to see somebody from the urban community that could go out and make a half-a-billion dollars.”

Watch Cam’ron’s interview below.

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