50 Cent Calls Cam'ron A Good Guy, Says Their Beef Was Good For Hip Hop
After three years of disagreements, Cam and 50 put to rest perceptions of a continued beef.
50 Cent and Cam'ron seem to be bridging the rift that was the cause of a long-time feud between the two. Both rappers recently shared their thoughts on the other, claiming that there is no more bad blood.
"I don't have no problem with 50," Cam told RapFlix. "50 cool with me…[The beef] was good for Hip Hop. We had our little Hip Hop beef or whatever you want to call it, but aint no problem. Jim [Jones] and Juelz [Santana] do stuff with 50 and they camp all the time. I don't have a problem with 50 at all. It is what it is. We had our little discrepancy, and we moved on from it."
The beef started in '07 when both rappers appeared on the Angie Martinez radio show, arguing over the state of Koch Records. 50 claimed the label was "a graveyard," and Cam, whose peers were on the label at the time, retaliated, arguing that members of Dipset were selling more than members of G-Unit. Several diss records and parodical videos later, the two seem to have gotten over their initial disagreement.
"What me and Cam'ron had is music," 50 told MTV on Tuesday. "It's the competitive nature of the art form. In Hip Hop, there's always been battling. It's a part of it. I don't wake up or go to sleep feeling like I hate Cam'ron. He's a good guy."