AceShowbiz - It seems %cCam'ron% is very interested in getting involved in feuds with his former friends. Not long after his lyrical spat with %cMa$e%, the Harlem rapper has taken a shot at his former pal %cKanye West% by releasing a brand new song "La Havana". The track is part of Cinematic Music Group's latest playlist called "Cinematic Radio 008".
The nearly-three-minute track begins with a dramatic intro before Cam'ron gets candid about his issues with the 40-year-old rapper, poking fun at Kanye's "The Life of Pablo". He raps over the old school beats, "They can't forget me religiously in their memory/ Life of Pablo/ Every other song, the n***a mentioned me!/ Can't blame him tho."
This was not the first time the "Down and Out" rapper took a shot at the "Gold Digger" hitmaker. Just last month, Cam'ron slammed Kanye in "Coleslaw", the fourth track off his latest mixtape "The Program". He opens the track by spitting lines about how Kanye handles his infamous feud with %cJay-Z%, saying that he should not have gone AWOL.
However, in an interview with Billboard, Cam'ron denied that "Coleslaw" was meant to be a diss track against the Atlanta-born rapper. "I don't want anyone to think that's a diss track," he told the news outlet. "Kanye said something about Jay-Z and he went AWOL and dyed his hair blonde. I was like, 'He doesn't have to go through all that, he's f***ing Kanye West.' I just wanted to send that message to him. That's basically it."
Also during the interview, Cam'ron, whose real name is Cameron Ezike Giles, addressed his recent feud with Ma$e, remarking that he didn't know whether or not it was over. "Like I said, I've never really dissed Ma$e -- I just tell you the truth and if you think he's a sucker for that, it ain't my fault," Cam'ron said.