New York rapper Cam’ron isn’t here for people putting down his mom especially when it’s a former business affiliate. The hip-hop veteran has responded to mounted hype surrounding his mom clashing with record label Sony over ghostwriting credentials.

Killa Cam went to Instagram this week and proved he really co-wrote for R&B group 3LW.

“So my mom was just telling me how Sony was hating on her about a song I co-wrote for 3 Little Women (3LW). Nah, Sony’s cool mom, you ain’t gotta go through all that. This is 3 Little Women. This is my name. This is a million sales. Shout-out to Sony. Shout-out to 3 Little Women. Appreciate the opportunity but don’t call my mom a liar. Ghostwriter. For the right price I’ll get your sh*t tighter.”

This week, Cam’s mom Fredericka Giles called out Sony for blocking posts about Cam co-writing for 3LW.

Earlier in the week, Fredericka hit up IG to suggest Cam received money to help co-write Lil’ Kim‘s “Crush On You” smash.

On this date in 1997, Lil Kim dropped Crush on You

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According to Wikipedia, Cam has writing credits for music acts 3LW, Lil’ Kim and Ma$e.