News: Ma$e Wants To Shake That, Shake That Diddy Feud Gossip, "To This Day, I Tell People I Don't Have No Issues" [Audio]

Thursday, Apr 26, 2012 12:35PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Former Bad Boy Records rapper Ma$e is setting the record straight on speculation suggesting there may still be some tensions between him and ex-boss Diddy.

Despite sharing microphone time on the new "Slight Work" remix alongside Puff, the Harlem-bred emcee still set out to clear up the feud talks.

"Nah, we surprised each other. Diddy, it is Diddy. To this day, I tell people I don't have no issues with him. I think a lot of times we get put on the other side of each other, just because of history. He's one of the biggest contributors who ever gave to the church. We're probably cooler than I thought." (Hot 97)

Back in 2009, Ma$e revealed he spent nearly a decade locked into a Bad Boy contract.

"It took me ten years to get this paperwork right here," Mase said in an interview. "I had to put this in UPS with a seal on it. I don't even know what I'ma put out now. Oh my goodness. We good, we good. This is Mase, I got my official papers right here from Puff Daddy, it was love, so I guess we don't have no problems after all. I don't even know how to take that. I'm ain't used to Puff doing good stuff." (Shuddup)

Both parties appeared to be on the same page once the "Slight Work" remix premiered online this week.

For weeks, Wale's been on Twitter teasing the world about the remix to his current hit single, "Slight Work," claiming the track's co-conspirators would shock everyone. With the song's liberation moments ago, Folarin may have accomplished just that. French Montana's not exactly surprising given his connection with MMG and the fact he's one of rap's more talked about names at the moment*. However, seeing Diddy and Mase on a track together in 2012 may not have been high on the list of guesses. (Smoking Section)

Although nothing has been confirmed yet, reports suggest Ma$e could land at Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group in the near future.

According to a reliable source within the Maybach Music Group camp pieces are falling into place. "Yes, I think its safe to say Omarion is MMG." As the Maybach Music empire continues to evolve it may not end there. Seems as if there is another offer on the table, "I don't want to let no cats out the bag but we'll see what's good with Ma$e." When pressed about what the roster may look like in the upcoming months, "As far as newest members Omarion and shout out to Ma$e if he wants to get down with this movement then we'll see what happens." (The Source)

Check out Ma$e's interview below:

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