Cam’ron Defends Jay-Z after Fake Dope Dealer Claims Emerge

Ayo Double Up. . .

Considering Faizon Love has been seen more in media over the last few years, including his infamous picture with Alpo Martinez; the California native wanted to give his two cents on a new situation. In a conversation on the gram live this weekend, Faizon, went to boldly go in on Jay-Z, claiming he was a fake dope dealer before rap. Well, Cam’ron, who’s been linked to Jigga through Dame Dash, went to shockingly defend Hov in a brief statement below.

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Facts. #JayZ was almost 30 years old selling a debut album that would produce mass incarceration in the same project neighborhoods he says he represents. #JayZ sold lies for over twenty years. Worth millions of dollars still glorifying drugs and pimping. He pushed the image of dope peddler gangster to influence a generation and enlisted teenagers on his debut album to further drive that point home. It's sad and disgusting. With my approaching fame I hope there will be a discovery of my #JayZ diss records. This guy even wanted to fuel the #Illuminati rumors that he had something to do with @aaliyah death. #JayZ is a very wack sucka Emcee. @ravensymone @blvkcvstle @austinbrown @myverse #MyTribe @therealshortymack @res_ilience_ #Repost @thehiphopwolf • • • • • • During a recent interview with the Hip Hop Uncensored Podcast, Faizon Love (best known for playing Big Worm in “Friday”) said he “likes Jay-Z as a guy” but isn’t fan of his “fake dope dealing” (via @hiphopuncensoredinc) – #FaizonLove #Hov #HipHopHeads #BigWorm #RapNews #Jigga #HipHopMedia #Akademiks #BkNY #HipHopNews #HipHopBlog

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