Diddy has worked extremely hard to position himself as one of the most well-known rappers in the industry. Diddy’s achievements in the music industry are well-known, and he never lies to himself. Unfortunately, none of this correlates to his hosting abilities.
Mase claims Diddy paid for his concert at the Lovers & Friends Festival to be wrecked by technical difficulties after he sang “Mo Money, Mo Problems.”
During his show at the Lovers & Friends Festival, Mase took aim at Diddy. He accused Diddy of paying to have his set hampered by technical difficulties.
I see what’s going on. I’m used to being hated on. I’m used to what’s going on. Somebody, somewhere paid a few dollars to stop my show. But that can’t stop somebody like me. I don’t get ran away too easy. I just wasn’t ready for that, so I’m gonna take my time. Thank you Puff, you know he paid for that right? I got you n***a. I heard you loud and clear.
Mase got into trouble when he tried to play the 1997 smash “Mo Money, Mo Problems.” The speakers were turned off for about ten minutes. His mic was cut off when he attempted to extend his allotted time to compensate for the problems. Mase was contracted to Diddy’s Bad Boy Records label in the 1990s, and the two collaborated frequently.
The friendship has worsened over time, and Mase recently released a diss single directed at the music business veteran. During a recent Instagram live stream, Mase explained his issue with Diddy. Check out the videos from the Lovers & Friends Festival incident below.
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