Who is Mase? Diddy Calls Rapper ‘Fake Pastor’, Says Mase Owes Him $3 Million

Diddy sets the record straight once and for all! Recently, Sean Love Combs, better known as Diddy, denied all allegations made against him that he stole money from his artists.

In his last appearance on The Breakfast Club, the I’ll miss you The singer went on to say that rapper Mase owed him $3 million. Keep scrolling to learn more about the whole deal.

Here’s everything you need to know about Mase

Mason Durell Betha is an American rapper better known by his stage name Mase. He was born on August 27, 1975, in Jacksonville, Florida, USA He is a fraternal twin. He and his twin sister Stason were born two months premature to PK Betha and Mason Betha.

Mase grew up with his two brothers and three sisters, including his twin sister, Stason. His twin sister was born a few minutes after him. His father left the family when he was only 3 years old. Then, in 1980, his mother and children moved to Harlem, New York.

During his teenage years, the singer wanted to join the National Basketball Association, but unfortunately he couldn’t get into a Division I college due to his poor academic performance. Then he went to the State University of New York at Purchase. Soon after, he realized he couldn’t have a career in basketball, so he focused on music.

When did Mase enter the music business?

After dropping out of college, Mase decided to pursue a full-time career in music. He started writing music, producing demos and performing regularly at local nightclubs. He started rapping as a hobby under the name Murda Mase.

Mase released his first album Harlem World in 1994 and it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Pop and R&B LP charts. In the late 1990s, Mase recorded his first albums under Bad Boy Records, Diddy’s label.

Mase’s second album Double was born in 1999. Then, he took a five-year break from music. He returns to the music world with his third album Happy to see you again in the year 2004.

Mase is best known for his hits such as “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down”, “Mo Money Mo Problems”, “Been Around the World”, “Feel So Good”, What You Want” and “Lookin’ at Me” .” Over the years, he has managed to make a name for himself in the music industry and is considered one of the greatest rappers in the world.

Diddy claimed Mase owed him $3 million

Yes, you have read this eight. By making an appearance on The Breakfast Club, DJ Envy went on to say that Mase was accused of stealing money from one of his own artists in the same way Diddy was accused.

Envy asked Diddy if he considered the whole situation some kind of “I told you so” revelation. Diddy replied, “No, I don’t look at it like that.” He explained and said he had done nothing to Mase and called the previous claims “negative propaganda”.

Diddy continued: “[It] really tried to defile my legacy. I don’t like to just talk about people’s business and things like that… [but] I can’t let you follow me, because I’m here to be a leader and give direction, if you think I’m a bastard who will ever steal anything – My name is Diddy, Sean Combs, I don’t never took anything from anyone a day in my life. All I ever gave was an opportunity and more money than a person made.

Diddy ever steal money from his artists?

Shortly after, Charlamagne asked Diddy if he ever stole money from his own artists, to which he replied, “Never”. Charlamagne also said that in the past, several artists accused Diddy of stealing money from them and he also asked her the reason behind it.

Diddy replied, “People have this thing called the withdraw button, when you get to a certain point and the money is low you have to figure out who to blame. I have all my receipts. Then he called Mase and said he actually owed him money.

Diddy added: “Just generally the Mase thing. I made an album with Mase. An album. How much money do you think I owe this guy. And then he became a fake pastor and went out and scammed people. And you’re all gonna let him smear the god’s name. Anyone can come in. Bring your receipts. But I don’t play. I’m back outside and fighting for us. And I also do fights for me.

Let us tell you an interesting fact, shortly after releasing his debut album named Harlem World through Diddy’s Bad Boy Records, Mase also released two other albums under his label.

Then Diddy said, “Mase owes me $3 million.” He claimed he gave the money to Mase as an advance on an album he never returned. He continued: “These are facts, I got the receipts. …And I’m not going to go back and forth with Mase. I don’t go back and forth with anyone. I’ll just speak for myself now. …Anyone who thinks I owe them, show me the receipt and you’ll be paid within 24 hours.

Mase responded to Diddy’s claims

According to reports from TMZ, on Wednesday, Mase responded to Diddy’s claims. He said Diddy was angry with him because he rejected the opportunity to apologize to him.

In a video posted to Instagram and TikTok, Mase said, “You see how people act when you don’t let them on stage and make their fake apologies so they can promote this wacky little song.”

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