Not even a full week after Cam'ron called out Kanye West on the way he handled his situation with Jay Z, Killa Cam is now airing out more family business on the new Dipset reunion track "Once Upon A Time." This time around, though, it's Paid In Full-era Dame Dash stories that come to the forefront.

No disrespecting the ladies, word from my team
That's the reason Dame smacked Harvey Weinstein
On the set of Paid in Full, y'all gave him hell about it
Some foul shit happened once Capo tell 'em 'bout it

Did Cam just out Dame for having put hands on Harvey Weinstein? It makes sense, as there was some friction between the two back then. In 2005, Dame told the Daily Intelligencer Weinstein “had a girl and I knew her, so I said ‘Give me her.’ He was pissed.” He apparently also called Weinstein a “bitch.” Whatever the case was at the time, Dame's actions were so wild that the Weinsteins reportedly didn't want to deal with Dame Dash without Russell Simmons being present.

Dash also told Hip Hop Motivation about his relationship with Weinstein back in October of 2017, saying they “had a lot of aggressive interaction. And I know even culturally, like, my people would say things, like, I would see interviews with Wood Harris and with Just Blaze and all that, and they'd be like, ‘Oh he yelled at Harvey Weinstein. He yelled at the Weinsteins.’ But the bottom line is, like, when I look at somebody treat other people wrong, I can't just look the other way. And any opportunity I get, I know I'm strong, but I'm always gonna make them suffer for the people that aren't strong enough.”


That's not all, though; Cam was on ESPN's Highly Questionable for the first of a two-part interview where he broke down his favorite rap beef of all time: the legendary Nas versus Jay Z friction. (Cam, of course, has taken memorable shots at both of them over the years.)

“Jay Z and Nas is probably my favorite rap beef,” Cam shared, “because Nas was kinda quiet for a while. For a couple years Nas was kinda quiet, and Jay Z was elevating that particular time and everybody thought Nas was out. Jay Z had did a diss record towards Nas, I don't know why... He did a diss record [and] everybody was like, Nas really gone. Then Nas came out the blue with a song called ‘Ether’ and it was like, ‘Wow, Nas is not gone’.”

You can check out the Dipset reunion track up above, and Cam's appearance on Highly Questionable down below.