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Kanye West Presents Mase With A Pair Of Red Louis Vuitton Bags

Kanye West Presents Mase With A Pair Of Red Louis Vuitton Bags

Kanye West Presents Mase With A Pair Of Red Louis Vuitton Bags

The Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October” is one of the most recognizable sneakers of all time. It was the final shoe Kanye ever released with Nike, and it has a pretty amazing resale value. The launching of this shoe was accompanied by a lot of history and fuss, and many sneakerheads still consider it to be the holy grail. Both purists and hypebeasts agree that if you own a pair, your sneaker collection is legitimate.

Kanye has consistently favored the all-red look. Sadly, this has caused some misunderstanding since monochromatic red sneakers are now known as “Red October.” For instance, Mase was misled into thinking he received a pair of Red Octobers when, in fact, he received a very different set of shoes.

Mase can be seen dancing about his closet in an all-red attire in the Instagram video that follows. He claimed that Kanye had given him a pair of Yeezy Red October sneakers throughout the entire clip. Unfortunately, that is not the case, which is bad news for Mase. Actually, he was handed a pair of Louis Vuitton Don sneakers from a collaboration Kanye did before joining Nike. It is simple to understand how one could make the error given that the shoes are all red.

In any case, Mase must be pleased to have such great shoes in his collection because they are indeed quite nice shoes. Next time, Ye might be able to deliver the genuine Red Octobers.

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Fivio Foreign's Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview

Fivio Foreign’s Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview

Fivio Foreign’s Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview

If you’re a multi-millionaire rapper navigating the risky and frequently backstabbing world of the music industry, it’s always a good idea to have buddies who have your back. The pals of Fivio Foreign are flawless in their performance of that part. Ether Da Connect, a buddy of the “Big Drip” rapper, shared a portion of a phone call he and a few other pals had with Ma$e, the renowned Harlem rapper who is thought to have defrauded the drill musician out of $5,000 through a botched deal.

The rapper from “City of Gods” reportedly claimed during an appearance on Million Dollar Worth Of Game that he was bound by a $5,000 contract with Ma$e. A week later, Ma$e responded on the same program, calling the accusations “reckless” and claiming that he had actually given Fivio $750K. He referred to himself as “Diddy 2.0.” Numerous aspects, including Fivio’s relative inexperience compared to Ma$e’s decades of experience in the rap industry, the shifting nature of contracts and collaborations in the streaming era, and the alleged pressure that Fivio felt to sign the deal in the first place, could have contributed to this falling out.

In any event, Fivo Foreign’s entourage has also criticized Ma$e for “twisting things around” and “not putting in any effort to help [Fivio Foreign] develop his buzz, which is what got him his deal.” You can hear one of Fivio’s buddies asking Ma$e in the video clip. “How much you playing me, bro?”, to which Ma$e responds with “It don’t matter how much I’m playing you.”

“He’s not gonna give me no answer, bro,” the crew replied.

It appears that this contract story will not stop with Ether’s statement that they have the entire dialogue recorded. Fivio claimed that the money didn’t even last two weeks, which just makes the situation worse.

Ma$e also has a long-running dispute with Diddy, a former Bad Boy Records powerhouse, who the rapper from Harlem World recently claimed never gave him any money for his work on the label. There is at least some hope that this revelation will bring about the retribution that Fivio deserves, even though it is obvious that he is no longer suffering as a result of the arrangement. Even though the industry makes it unlikely, let’s hope that artists don’t continue to be the victims of unscrupulous transactions in the future.

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Ma$e Reacts To Fivio Foreign's Allegation Regarding A $5,000 Advance

Ma$e Reacts To Fivio Foreign’s Allegation Regarding A $5,000 Advance

Ma$e Reacts To Fivio Foreign’s Allegation Regarding A $5,000 Advance

Fivio Foreign claimed to have signed a $5,000 agreement with the former Bad Boy musician before Ma$e eventually responded. Fivio revealed in a recent interview on Million Dollaz Worth Of Game that he felt compelled to sign the deal with Ma$e, which he claimed led to even more headaches later on.

“The n***a that brought me to him, he was like, ‘Yo, man. Just sign that shit. You buggin’,’” Fivio remembered. “I thought that shit was going to last until whenever it was going to last. That shit ain’t last two weeks.”

Ma$e, though, clarified why that assertion wasn’t totally true. He described Fivio’s statements as “reckless” and revealed that he initially handed the Brooklyn drill artist $5,000 in exchange for a $750K bag.

“At one time, I gave him $5,000, but I gave him $750,000… because I set him up to do a deal to where I can control the deal, make the deal what it should be because I knew if he had the leverage, he would go in there and sell both of us out,” he stated “Then, when we went in the building, I took $800,000 and he took $700,000. The reason why it went down to $700,000 is that when I gave him $750,000 and I took $750,000, he owed me $50,000,” he continued, claimed he needed the extra $50,000 to pay back certain costs.

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Ma$e Claims That Diddy Has Never Given Him What Is Due To Him

Ma$e Claims That Diddy Has Never Given Him What Is Due To Him

Ma$e Claims That Diddy Has Never Given Him What Is Due To Him

Ma$e claims that he doesn’t believe Diddy treated him with the respect he needed and never paid him what he was worth with Bad Boy. During a forthcoming appearance on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast with Gillie Da Kid and Wallo267, the renowned rapper talked about his connection with Diddy.

“I felt like I did more than I got credit for, more than what I got paid for,” In a passage from the interview, he tells the hosts.

Wallo asked him to elaborate, and he did: “I never got paid what I was worth and I never got the respect I was worth. So this disdain that I got for Puff is more like you trying to keep me here, n***a. I’m not here, all my peers are up here. All my peers are bosses.”

Ma$e argued that he believed Diddy never intended for him to progress beyond just being an artist.

“He just kept trying to keep me here,” he continued. “Like he didn’t want me to grow at anything.”

Ma$e answers to allegations made by Fivio Foreign that he signed him to an exploitative contract by playfully referring to himself as “Diddy 2.0” in another interview teaser that was shared on social media. According singer Fivio, Ma$e only handed him a $5,000 advance to sign with RichFish Records.

On Sunday night, Ma$e’s presence on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast will be made available.

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Ma$e Reacts To $5K Record Deal Reveal by Fivio Foreign: "Diddy 2.0"

Ma$e Reacts To $5K Record Deal Reveal by Fivio Foreign: “Diddy 2.0”

Ma$e Reacts To $5K Record Deal Reveal by Fivio Foreign: “Diddy 2.0”

Fivio Foreign acknowledged that he was one of the emerging musicians who was exploited by the music industry to Gillie Da Kid and Wallo during an interview on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast.

The New Yorker stated that, previous to getting his big break, he had agreed to a deal with Ma$e that only netted him a $5K advance because he had been pushed into doing so by a buddy. “The n*gga that brought me to him, he was like, ‘Yo, man. Just sign that shit You buggin’,'” Fivio recalled.

“I thought that shit was going to last until whenever it was going to last. That shit ain’t last two weeks,” he continued, reflecting on his earlier ignorance of the industry.

Over the past few days, clips from the interview have circulated on social media. On Saturday, July 30, Gillie shared what appeared to be a response from Ma$e that contained a jab at Diddy.

“$5,000, man,” Wallo says to the former Bad Boy in the clip. “N*gga ain’t shit,” Da Kid said, teasing that on tomorrow’s (July 31) Million Dollaz Worth of Game broadcast, we might learn more about the allegedly dubious agreement.

Ma$e smiles and turns to face the camera as he leaves the co-hosts. He refers to himself as “Diddy 2.0,” maybe alluding to his dislike of Sean Combs‘ previous actions. You might recall that in March, he posted “Oracle 2: The Liberation Of Mason Betha,” in which he disparaged the Harlem native and even charged him with taking advantage of Biggie Smalls’ passing.

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