Describing himself as “Diddy 2.0” after Fivio Foreign’s shady business claims, Mase declares his “disdain” for the bad-boy founder
Mase has gone viral since rapper Fivio Foreign claimed he signed the veteran rapper to a $5,000 deal on the “Millon Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast last week. This week, the former Bad Boy artist joined hosts Wallo267 and Gillie Da Kid to explain that he actually gave Fivio a total of $750,000.
“What he came up here and said was very inconsiderate,” Mase said. “One time I gave him $5,000, but I gave him $750,000.”
The 46-year-old claims it’s structured “because I got him to do a deal where I can control the deal … make the deal what it should be because I knew when he was using the leverage.” he’d go in there and sell us both out.”
“Then when we went into the building, I took $800,000 and he took $700,000,” he continued. “The reason it went down to $700,000 is because he owed me $50,000 when I gave him $750,000 and took $750,000.”
Mase explained that $50,000 was paid for the work he put into Fivio’s career before signing the contract. After the story went viral on social media, the “Harlem World” rapper began trolling the conversation by calling himself “Diddy 2.0” and spelling it with cash on social media.
It’s no secret that Mase has a personal problem with Diddy in the early years of his career over shady deals. He called out the music mogul on the March 2022 diss track “Oracle 2: Standing on Bodies,” which is the follow-up to his 2017 Cam’Ron diss song “The Oracle.”
Later in the interview, the “Mo Money’ Mo Problems” artist was asked what happened between him and his former label boss.
“Mmm, that’s really good. Let me take my sunglasses off,” Mase began. “Well, I can say that because there’s nothing I haven’t told him. Puff – how should I say that? — I feel like I did more than I was credited with, more than I was paid for.”
“I’m trying to be nice,” he added, before clarifying details about his “disdain” for Sean “Puffy Daddy” Combs.
“I never paid what I was worth and I never got the respect I was worth, so this disdain I got for Puff is more like you trying to keep me here, n—” he said, gesturing with his hands when you press down on the floor.
Mase accuses Diddy of holding him back and not allowing him to become a boss like “all my peers”. “He just kept trying to hold me here like he didn’t want me to grow on anything,” he claimed while pointing at the floor.
Additionally, Mase also mentioned that he worked with the producer to develop the lyrics and beat for “Mo Money, Mo Problems.” Stevie J “So imagine all these moments being taken from you. The records, the beats, you don’t get any money, you don’t get release, you don’t get the respect.”
https://atlantablackstar.com/2022/08/01/he-didnt-want-me-to-grow-at-anything-mase-labels-himself-diddy-2-0-after-fivio-foreigns-shady-business-claims-explains-his-disdain-for-the-bad-boy-founder/ Describing himself as “Diddy 2.0” after Fivio Foreign’s shady business claims, Mase declares his “disdain” for the bad-boy founder