Cam’ron Crowns Chris Brown Diss Track Over Drake & Kanye West

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Cam’ron weighs in on the ongoing conflicts in Hip Hop, dubbing Chris Brown as “dangerous,” amid escalating tensions involving prominent figures such as Drake and Kanye West.

On Sunday (April 21), the former Dipset MC-turned-podcaster took to his Instagram Story to express his thoughts on the ongoing industry tensions – specifically Breezy’s recent entry, “Weakest Link” – all while enjoying life on a boat

“To me, Chris Brown got the best diss song this week,” said Cam. “Chris Brown and Quavo beef? It gotta be over a bitch.”

He then played the Chris Brown diss track aimed at Quavo and remarked: “That n-gga said that when Takeoff died, n-ggas wished it was you instead. Chris Brown sound dangerous! Breezy sound dangerous right now!”

Check out the post below.

Last week, much to the astonishment of fans, Chris Brown released “Weakest Link” in which he referred to his rivalry with the Migos superstar following a romantic involvement with his ex-girlfriend, Karreuche Tran, and alleged to have been intimate with Saweetie while the duo were still dating.

He raps: “You fucked my ex-ho, that’s cool, I don’t give no fuck, lil nigga/ ‘Cause I fucked yo’ ex when you were still with her, bitch, I’m up, lil nigga.”

Chris Brown’s recent release followed another song directed at Quavo, titled “Freak.”

Upon learning of the insult, Quavo responded swiftly, launching a verbal attack of his own with the track “Tender.”

“You did the bitch wrong and now the bitch gone, she posted with a thug,” Quavo spits on the chorus. “Call the bitch phone, she won’t come home, don’t beat her up/It must be the drugs/Need to cross out your plug, yeah-yeah.”

Less than 24-hours later, Ye entered the chat, with a remix to Metro Boomin and Future’s “Like That,” throwing jabs at Drake and J. Cole.

The track kicks off with West giving a nod to Drake’s ongoing spat with Kendrick Lamar, quipping, ‘Yo Dot, I got you.’ This remix follows Kendrick’s shots at Drizzy and Cole on the original ‘Like That’ from last month, igniting the current flurry of exchanges.