Ma$e Jumps From Bad Boy Records, To Land At G.O.O.D. Music?

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It looks like the former pastor isn’t a bad boy anymore.

Rapper Ma$e revealed in an interview with MTV’s RapFix Live that he was no longer affiliated with Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records after spending 16 years on their roster.

“Yeah, the other day [Combs] let me out of it,” said Ma$e of Diddy’s decision to let him out of his contract, reportedly only a few days prior to the interview. “So big shout-outs to Diddy, I guess he woke up feeling good and he wanted to do something good.”

Ma$e also expounded on some of the other twists and turns that his career trajectory has taken him on over the years. Regarding a scuttled partnering with 50 Cent and his G-Unit imprint back in the mid-Aughts, Ma$e noted that it was a money issue. A Diddy money issue.

“You want the honest answer? That’s what we on here for. You know why it didn’t go through. Diddy didn’t let it go through. That’s the reason it didn’t go through. He wanted 50 to give him all of the money he though I owed him. And I thought he owed me money. So that was always the underlying battle, the invisible battle.”

But now that Ma$e is free of his old label’s constraints, where will he go now? Maybe he’ll fly solo, seeing as he, “don’t really want to be under nobody from the aspect of being tied in a long, long contract.”

But there’s another old friend of Ma$e’s that the rapper might want to go into business with. I’ll give you a hint; this rapper has a big clique and a penchant for leather kilts.

Might Ma$e become the newest member of Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music?”I’ma have to go somewhere. I would entertain that,” said Ma$e regarding a possible to G.O.O.D. Music. That’s mighty magnanimous of you Ma$e, to consider joining one of the hottest rap labels in the business at the moment. Pretty big of you, I have to say.

Whatever, if this means Ma$e will start making music again, then all I have to say is welcome back.

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