Cam’ron: “No Diplomatic Immunity 3 With Me” (Video)

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You hear that? That’s the sound of my heart breaking in two.

Really, not really though.


~ by Meka on March 27, 2009.

23 Responses to “Cam’ron: “No Diplomatic Immunity 3 With Me” (Video)”

  1. wow. jim was on flex the other day sayn it can happen. dam cam

  2. Great. Now maybe they’ll stop putting that trash out.
    Cam is kinda wack. Why does anyone care?

  3. The Dips are OVER. bye bye- Tru Life

  4. Fuck man . . . no Cam no Diplo . . .

  5. first dame and jay. then bleek leaves ROC and now this… hell’s frozen over

  6. R.I.P. The Original Dipset (March 25, 2003 – March 26, 2009) It Was A Good Six Years.

  7. damn

  8. Wait. When did Bleek leave the ROC?! And why?! Where else could he go? LOL.

    Anyways..this is all Jimmy’s fault. I’m sure Cam felt someway when Jim denied that they spoke. Jim’s just getting a taste of his own medicine.

  9. Hahahahahahahahaha. Smh at y’all crying about this. If you’re over the age of 18 and listen to this type of Hip-Hop you’re one suspect looking mother fucker. Best news I’ve heard today. They’re all wack on the mic and always have been, and will be.

  10. I like this person^

  11. no homo

  12. suits me just fine. Im perfectly happy with this news

  13. first dame and jay. then bleek leaves ROC and now this… hell’s frozen over

    jersey since day 1



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  15. Don’t really see why this would surprise anyone. Dipset BEEN dead. Just pretend Cam never came back.

  16. LMAO @ Cam, “I don’t have time to do it”

    What has he been up to all these days? Should have more tracks than Bone Thugs stored up after this hiatus, but I bet his new album going to be ‘fresh’ but wack. No one cares.

  17. hahahahha camron you are a loser. look how setup and gay you look on this rooftop.

    were you guys blowing each other before dj vlad interuppted?

    fuckin faggots, diplomats suck, cam sucks, shit is a waste of tape

  18. just sad
    i grew up with dipset!
    what happend

  19. Even though I’d love to see them back together as a complete Dipset thing I respect Cam even more for believing in loyalty.

    Him acting like nothing happened between them all is like him pretending that they weren’t money hungry, disloyal and bad mouthing him while he was a away from rap and releasing music for some years now.

    Loyalty is everything in life especially when one has too much pride to admit their wrongs!

  20. To answer the Bleek leaving Roc question. Here is the article:

    Memphis Bleek Speaks On Leaving Roc-A-Fella
    Posted: Friday – March 20, 2009 | Comments (0)
    One of the more low key members of Roc-A-Fella Memphis Bleek recently took time out to dish on his split from the label and his relationship with Dame Dash.

    During the interview with, the rapper first spoke on Jay’s loyalty to him and what happened after the label first went bust.

    “Jay’s the kindest nigga that walk the face of this earth and everything ain’t money,” said Bleek in a video posted to the site. “Nigga gave everybody he knew that he came up with rhyming with opportunity, that’s all you can ask for…You know Hov broke bread…I left Def Jam…I had options to put out another album on Def Jam but then I had a meeting with him and he made it real clear to me, ‘Why do that, you got the opportunity right now to run your own company. I’ma get you the distribution deal for Get Low Records, you sign your artists, drop your albums under Get Low and I’ma still executive produce.'”

    Bleek then spoke on the break up itself and what has happened since saying, “I saw it coming…I ain’t seen or speak to Beans in forever, I ain’t seen the Gunz in forever…I definitely ain’t seen or speak to Peedi Crakk.”

    When asked about his relationship with Dame Dash, Bleek was still free with the information and actually gave his former comrad kudos.

    “It was weird. Dame always was cool to me,” he said. “He looked out for me as a youngin…He was a good dude. You know how they say – with money, it changes a lot of things. It changed Roc-A-Fella.”

    – By Erin T. McMillon

  21. this is good news i don’t ever want to hear cam rap with jim jones ever again.

  22. It’s like that huh… Ah well, moving on.

  23. This is just a publicity stunt before his album comes out. These guys are all lyrically soft anyways. They just trying to stay relevant.

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