Dipset Is Too Fly For Jay Z

Cam’ron and his Diplomat cohorts are no stranger to beef, even with Jay Z (see “You Gotta Love It” and “Dig-A-Hole”), and Killa doesn’t want to go down that road in the wake of Jay’s verse on Drake’s “Pound Cake.”

“I’ve done made more millionaires than the lotto did / Dame made millions, Bigg made millions / ‘Ye made millions, Just made millions / Lyor made millions, Cam made millions / Beans’d tell you if he wasn’t in his feelings,” Jay raps, pointing out many of his Roc-A-Fella affiliates, and while many saw it as a diss towards Killa, Cam didn’t see it that way. “”I think he has more of an attitude with us than we have with him,” he said to MTV. “We had our moment back and forth, but I’m kinda over it.”

Cam did respond to the lyric on his Ghetto Heaven, Vol. 1 mixtape track “Come And Talk To Me,” saying, “She said Jay made you a millionaire and looked me in the eyes / Said cake, cake, cake got that from the pies / We made each other millions, that was my reply / But had a mil before I met him, baby, that ain’t no lie.” But while he says there’s no beef, he also mentioned that Dipset isn’t allowed to be played inside Jay Z’s 40/40 Club.

“I got DJs who DJ in there, who are my people, and you can’t play no Diplomat music in there,” Cam said about the club. “That’s the thing that make me be like, ‘Wow.’ 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.”

  • Liam Neeson

    Straight up Jay can’t let shit go.

  • Peso

    I’m Hov #1 fan but Killa make everything funny in a good way no matter what. Dude could really be a comedian if he wanted…”come and talk to me” is the funniest and dopest thing ever, only Cam can pull it off.

  • El Prezidenté

    LOL WHY SHOULD I PLAY YOUR MUSIC IN MY CLUB IF I DON’T LIKE YOU.

    HOPEFULLY, NO BEHIND THE SCENES BACKSTABBING THOUGH BUT I GUESS ALL IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR.