Mase has made his return to the music industry and appears to have dissed Diddy with “Oracle 2: The Legend of Mason Betha.”
After retiring from music back in 1999, Mase announced his return on Monday via Instagram. Mase newest record is a sequel of his 2015 release “Oracle,” which was also a diss song aimed at Cam’ron. Now seven years later Mase is back and this time around it is Diddy who is on the receiving end of another diss record.
“Since Cain killed Abel, I’m able to kill Cain/Love don’t steal, my n—a, change your name,” Mase raps appearing to take a shot at Diddy changing his name to love. On “Oracle 2: The Legend of Mason Betha,” Mase also appears to call out Diddy for profiting over Biggie Smalls death.
“I’m not hating on your Billi worth, Right now– Mase
I’m only saying what you really work
You ain’t no architect
You just a n—a who know how to market death”
The ongoing feud between Mase and Diddy at the moment has no end insight. Back in 2020, Mase blasted Diddy for his speech which called out the Grammys for not respecting hip hop and threatened to boycott. Mase found these remarks hypocritical and urged Diddy to walk the talk.
“I heard your Grammy speech about how you are now for the artist, and about how the artist must take back control. So I will be the first to take that initiative. Also, before we ask of other ethnicities to do us right, we should do us, as Black people, better—especially the creators,” he wrote on Instagram tagging Diddy.
Mase released three studio albums in his short music career. His debut album “Harlem World” debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and went 4x platinum.