About an hour into the discussion, the topic of Jurassic Park—a classic featuring a memorable turn by recent Sneaker Shopping guest Jeff Goldblum—is broached. This talking point, rather unfortunately, results in a bit of dinosaur existence-questioning from Cam'ron.
"I have fights with people about dinosaurs and their existence all the time," he said. "I'm not believing or disbelieving. It's like no proof, like, because they throw these big bones . . . up into the museum and be like 'Yo, these are the people that were here before us.'"
After some expressions of polite disbelief from the hosts, Cam'ron continued. "So these bones, they're still strong enough to put in museums and they didn't crumble or anything like that," he added. "I'm not necessarily going for that. If we get more proof on it, cool. I'm not going off museum facts. I been to every museum when I was young. I'm like, word? So they found all these bones and glued them together? Nah. I'm not sure I'm gonna go for that one. It sounds like more of a moneymaker to me."
From there, Cam'ron clarified that this does not mean he's also a flat-earther before elaborating further on his dinosaur thoughts.
"I'm not saying they did or didn't [exist] but I'm not going off museum facts or finding bones," he said. "Like, we need a little more proof and I don't know whatever proof you could give me. But who found these bones? . . . I wish I could be an archaeologist and be like 'I found some shit!' I'll be at the beach every day and be like 'Yo, look what I discovered!' and just make some shit up."
Catch the full Cam'ron x ItsTheReal discussion up top.
Earlier this month, Cam'ron was among the artists assembled for Max B's new House Money EP. Cam'ron appears alongside Dave East on the track "Goodbye," produced by Speedy Babyy and Masar.