“I don’t get involved. It’s not going to lead nowhere,” Jones said on Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning (6:20). “Mase is a pastor, [Cam’s] a rapper […] I know both of them personally. Cam is my man. I know the real stories. It’s not worth nothing. None of us is lit like that out here to be beefing with each other or doing no rap battles. It’s over. It was popping for a day and half amongst the rap community, because people get bored on IG […] and then it was over. I wasn’t jumping in some BS like that—for what?”
Several weeks ago, Mase unleashed a Cam diss track titled “The Oracle.” Cam clapped back with “Dinner Time” as well as some Ponzi scheme accusations; however, the two appeared to make peace shortly after.
“You still my brother if you would like to be … this was just for bragging rights,” Mase wrote on Instagram.
“This was fun … u still my bro too. Glad I get to brag lol,” Cam responded.
Jones explained he was too focused on his other projects to pay any mind to the beef; however, he said the timing of “The Oracle” was a little suspicious.
“That was the only thing I was confused about,” he said at 7:55. “It happened the next day after the Diplomat concert […] Why now after we set the city on fire? […] I ain’t into that. I got a lot of other things going on. I got sports. I got fitness. I got clothes. I got movies […] I got a lot of things going on right now.”
He’s also putting a lot of energy into Dipset’s comeback. Jones said the group is working on a Seven Day Theory docu-EP that will include behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and more.
“It feels better together than apart. We can fight more battles together than we can apart. And that’s the attitude we’re taking,” he said (4:30). “[…] It ain’t going to take that much for y’all to get used to us again. I promise you that. That music feels good; everybody’s back in the studio; the camaraderie is there […] We’re just trying to do some good business, put out some good music.”
You can watch the full interview above.