News: Cam'ron's Sidekick Vado Speaks On Dipset Dispute, "All Them Guys Is Family" [Video]
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2009 6:05PM
Cam'ron protege Vado has spoken up on the current Dipset dispute and said the situation is simply a family disagreement.
Vado said he planned to play the background and see the estranged members' problems work themselves out.
"Nah, nah, I ain't with all that BS man," Vado said in an interview. "Honestly, it's really no BS, it's just a family matter. That's it, all them guys is family man. You might hear people showing their emotions but at the end of the day, they family so I don't really get involved with that because really that's about being in the circle and that shouldn't be coming out the circle, but, you know how it be." (This Is 50)
Jim Jones recently discussed releasing a "Feel Me" diss record directed toward Freekey Zekey.
"Shouts to Zeeky, f*cking punk!," Jones explained in an interview. "He wasn't lying about things like that. I wasn't stealing, though. I don't steal. So he put the track out, put some real life situations out. Some parts of our history and things like that, but I felt I needed to respond. We're having fun, so I felt I needed to respond. With the Diplomats, there was a lot of people involved in it. So that part is more frustrating than anything and sh*t. You start thinking about the money, and become a realist. There's a lot of motherf*ckin' money at stake. I'm just saying, it's hard out here to make a dollar, especially now. So if you got people offering you millions and millions of dollars that could feed other people. Not just about me and you, buddy, there's other people. You claim you love Zeek so much and all that sh*t. If n*ggas are telling me, Zeek can make a mill and some change, what's happening boss?" (Complex)
Juelz Santana hit up SOHH earlier this year to speak on Cam's Dipset West movement.
"I always respected Cam's decisions," Juelz explained. "As far as Dipset, Cam is the boss. He do what he want, but you know, just as much as I can say that, n*gga has to give me my credit too as much as, as far as I've built that whole building though. You architected it but I built the whole building. I put at least 85 percent together, the bricks were geared to Dipset, like I said, Cam was always Cam before anything, ya dig? So when it came to Dipset, I was an artist that put everything on the back and really went forward. But as far as Dipset expanding, Dipset is in my blood. So, it is what it is, I don't know. How I feel about Dipset is how I always feel, with Cam, if that's what he wants to do, expand it, then it is what it is. I don't know them dudes over there to not like them -- I don't know them to say nothing about them. I respect all hustlers, anybody trying to get on in any type of way." (SOHH)
Cam had previously spoke on The U.N. and explained how he planned to expand the Dipset movement with members like Vado and Fly Boyz.
"When we started Dipset, it was more than just a crew, it was a movement," Cam wrote in a statement. "The U.N. is a continuation of that movement...Our new roster: Charlie Clips, Byrd Lady, Vado, Fly Boyz, Begetz and Young Hustle were all selected by me and my business partner, Omar 'Iceman' Sharif. He has made his name in the music and film industries brokering and securing multi-million dollar deals, merging hip-hop with Hollywood. His experience is exactly what we need to make strategic connections at the next level...In between films, we'll keep the streets hot with The Gangsta Grillz mixtape and we'll most likely release Vado's album immediately after...Between the films and the music coming soon on U.N. and Dipset West, we gonna keep the 'hood in a frenzy!" (Press Release)
Check out Vado's speaking on Dipset below: