Mase fires back at Diddy after the Bad Boy founder claimed he had receipts to prove the Harlem rapper owed him $3 million. In a post shared on Instagram Wednesday (October 5), Mase rebuffed Diddy’s claims, and suggested that all his business dealings were put under Puff’s mother’s name, Janice Combs.
“This n-gga talking about he wants receipts,” Mase began his rant. “Let’s start with your mother. Your mother got the receipts, everything is in your mother’s name. That’s the one who got the receipts. You need more proof? Biggie ain’t here so Big can’t get you no receipts, he dead. Craig Mack can’t you no receipts, he dead. What are you talking about? Who else? Black Rob can’t get you receipts, he dead. And everybody else you made sign paperwork so they can’t talk about what I’m talking about.”
“I’m they only one with the guts. I didn’t sign it because I don’t need the money. All money ain’t good money. Remember that,” he added.
On Thursday (October 6), Mase shared another video addressing the situation.
“Today, I wanted to talk to you,” he said. “Yesterday you probably felt a certain way about the way I communicated, but I’m very unapologetic about the way I communicated ’cause I know what I said was right. Maybe you didn’t like the way I said it, but I know what I said was right. And I’m gonna tell you why. If the devil can use him aggressively, then I want you to know God could use me aggressively.”
Mase, in his video claimed he made several attempts to settle his dispute with Diddy biblically, but Diddy refused, and instead “organized a mass effort to slander” his name. He added that he’s ready for “all the smoke” Diddy will throw at him, while boasting that “Puff can’t beat me at anything.”
Earlier this year, Mase dissed Diddy on “Oracle 2: Standing On Bodies.”
During a recent visit to The Breakfast Club, Diddy addressed years of allegations that he steals from his artists. He denied the rumors, and called Mase a “fake pastor” in the process.
“Just in general, the Mase thing. I did one album with Mase. One album. How much money do you think I owe this guy? One album? And then he became a fake pastor? And went and conned people? Then y’all gon’ let him throw dirt on God’s name.”
“Mase owes me three million dollars. That’s facts I got the receipt,” he continued. “He did the album, never delivered. And I’m not gon’ go back and forth with Mase. I’m not going back and forth with nobody. I’m just gonna, if I’m here, Imma speak up for myself now.”