Mase is now pledging his allegiance to his “son” Kanye West and says he is off limits in a recent weird video.
In the post, Mase wore a ski mask, white sunglasses with black lenses, and an icey diamond chain as he asked for prayer for himself, his family, and his son (Kanye West).
He was in goon attire, but he spoke as reverend Mase with Marvin Sapp’s “The Best In Me” playing in the background.
Yo, during this time of healing, I want y’all to pray for me and my family.
Just like I would never bring your kids into it… because they’re your kids, they off limits.
Kanye is my son, and he’s off limits!
And I’m asking y’all to just pray for us, pray for us.
Watch Mase’s TikTok post reposted to Instagram below:
This new father/son relationship between Mase and Kanye was birthed by their disdain for Diddy.
Mase Versus Diddy
During his interview on “The Breakfast Club,” Diddy refuted Mase’s claims that he stole money from him and went on record saying the “fake pastor” actually owes him $3 million.
Mase has been lashing out, trolling, and firing shots at Diddy on Instagram ever since.
Watch a few videos below.
Mase took it a step further by linking up with Kanye West and now the two are allegedly working on something really big.
Now, Mase is issuing a warning that “your worst nightmare is coming” with the late Coolio‘s “Gangsta’s Paradise” instrumental playing in the background.
Mase’s goon ministry isn’t sitting well with a lot of folks and he’s receiving heavy criticism about it.
Many have taken to the comment sections of his posts to call him out on his tomfoolery.
Kanye West Declares War On Diddy
Kanye West declared war on Diddy after he spoke out against his “White Lives Matter” t-shirts.
Following his “Breakfast Club” interview, Diddy took to Instagram to share that he will always support Kanye as a “freethinker,” but he can’t get jiggy with those egregious t-shirts.
I am not about to be addressing every last thing that’s going on in the world on the internet, but the thing I do have to address is this ‘white lives matter’ t-shirt.
I’ve always been there, and I will always support my brother Kanye as a freethinker.
But the ‘white lives matter’ t-shirt, I don’t rock with it, you know what I’m saying? I’m not with it.
Watch the video below.
As you can imagine, Kanye didn’t like that one bit and he took to Instagram and shared screenshots of a text convo between himself and Diddy where he was very disrespectful and ignorant.
In one text, Ye told Diddy, “I didn’t like our convo, I’m selling these tees. Nobody gets in between me and my money.”
He continued in another text, “This ain’t a game. Ima use you as an example to show the Jewish people that told you to call me that no one can threaten or influence me. I told you this was war. Now gone get you some business.”
Kanye West has since been locked out of his Instagram and Twitter accounts for antisemitic posts.
But, this is why Mase and Kanye West are now father and son. They share a common enemy: Diddy.
Lest we forget it was just two years ago that Mase demanded Kanye West apologize to him for his line in “Devil In A Blue Dress,” when he rapped, “Don’t leave while you’re hot, that’s how Mase screwed up.”
Mase took to social media writing:
Much of what you are feeling has been expressed before. But when I was saying it, the same system and mindset that you are fighting against today, used you to shame me for leaving the very same system!
I know today you may see it very differently so… You owe me (and my family) a public #apology and then some, if anyone owes you one. For alluding to the fact that me following God at the height of my career was a bad decision.
Kanye did oblige and give Mase the apology he wanted.
Meanwhile, back at the Combs Compound, Diddy put on his petty pants on Sunday morning with this message about stopping all of the “Coonin’ and baffoonin.”
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