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Mase Wants New Artists For Label, Promises No One Will Be “Dancin’ All In Your Videos”

The Mase insanity continues following his current controversy involving Fivio Overseas. After he dominated with Dangerous Boy Report again within the Nineties, Hip Hop did not see a lot of Mase. He had a fallout with former buddy and label head Sean “Diddy” Combs, and later, Mase emerged on the pulpit as a pastor. Together with his music profession seemingly behind him, rare Mase information was shared about his grievances with Diddy not promoting him his personal masters. 

Nevertheless, after Fivio talked about that he signed a take care of Mase earlier on in his profession, the “Inform Me What You Need” hitmaker was again within the headlines. He is defending himself towards critics and has been extra lively on social media, and now, Mase is recruiting for his label, Wealthy Fish.

Mase, Diddy
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In a video shared to Instagram, Mase is seen saying, “Yo, test this out. You lookin’ to get signed? You need to actually get to the bag? You lookin’ for an enormous deal and you do not wanna sleep your strategy to the highest? You actually do not want no person dancin’ all in your movies? Then you should come to Wealthy Fish.”

“We the one ones gettin’ folks wealthy,” Mase continued. “Over right here, the label simply do not get wealthy, we get the folks wealthy, man.”

This transient clip comes months after Diddy not solely introduced his all-R&B label, Love Information, however it additionally follows the discharge of his Bryson Tiller-assisted single, “Gotta Transfer On.” Take a look at Mase‘s video beneath and tell us if you happen to suppose this was a shot at Diddy or a nod to the notorious 1995 The Supply Awards.

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