Ma$e has denied involvement in a beef with Cam'ron.
Ma$e has also said that he will remain loyal to Cam'ron because they are both from Harlem, New York.
Ma$e said this via Twitter, denying rumors of a feud between the rappers who were once frequent collaborators. This announcement of peace was made despite talk of a beef between the two emcees dating back several years.
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Cam'ron and Ma$e were once allies as members of Children of the Corn and as members of the Harlem World collective. The two later feuded with the rappers trading direct and indirect barbs.
On 2002's "Welcome To New York City," Cam'ron names Ma$e.
"You get jammed with them jammers, blammed with them blammers," Cam'ron raps on the track. "Ask Ma$e. He ran to Atlanta."
Cam'ron recently addressed his friendship with Ma$e.
"I haven't spoken to Ma$e in three or four years," Cam'ron said in an interview with New York radio station Power 105.1. "Ma$e just be up and down. He'll do the church thing, then you'll go on his Instagram and you be like...he tougher than leather, man."
Cam'ron recently released his new project, Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1, a mixtape where Cam denounces claims made by Jay Z, among other things.
Ma$e released several albums through Bad Boy Entertainment before leaving the imprint, including 1997's Harlem World, 2000's Double Up and 2004's Welcome Back. Ma$e recently announced that he is working on a new album, Now We Even.