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Mase Exposes Shocking Scam, How His First Business Manager Vanished with Everyone’s Money

Mase Exposes Shocking Scam, How His First Business Manager Vanished with Everyone’s Money

 

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Mase, the hip-hop icon with a history of behind-the-scenes drama, recently revealed a harrowing tale of deception on the podcast “It Is What It Is.” The rapper, known for his association with Bad Boys Records, spilled the beans on a heart-wrenching experience of being scammed by his initial business manager right after signing with Diddy’s Bad Boys Records.

Recalling the ordeal, Mase shared, “I remember when I first got a deal with Bad Boy Records, I think it was my first business manager, he ran off not just with my money, he ran off with everybody’s money. So, we ain’t have no money to pay taxes.” He refrained from naming names but hinted that several artists fell victim to the manager’s deceit, prompting him to recruit fellow rapper Cam’Ron and others to confront the elusive figure.

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Even as Mase and Cam’Ron explore podcasting, they teased fans with the revelation that unreleased music still resides in their vault. The duo, however, appears to be stepping back from the music scene for the time being.

In a surprising turn of events, Mase and Cam’Ron found themselves in a beef with podcast host Shannon Sharpe, responding vehemently to online comparisons between their shows. Mase, in particular, fired back fiercely after Sharpe mentioned him by name.

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The lingering question remains: Should Mase have named names in his shocking tale of betrayal? Share your thoughts in the comments section below and delve into the captivating podcast episode for the full story.

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Michael Lyon Shares Empowering Anthem “The Guy Who Won”

Michael Lyon

Michael Lyon has released a powerful new song, “The Guy Who Won.” This song talks about how we should never give up hope and always stand up for what we believe in, even when we face challenges. The music mixes rock, folk, and Americana, making it enjoyable.

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The song’s lyrics serve as a poignant reminder that even in disillusionment, some individuals uphold the truth and strive to make a positive change. This song is a call to action, urging everyone to raise their voice and advocate for what is, particularly in crucial moments like an election, fostering a sense of community and shared responsibility.

The music video for the song is also very interesting. It has many visuals that match the message of the song. The video shows how we can overcome challenges and be strong, even when things are tough.

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Michael Lyon’s new song, “The Guy Who Won,” is a great reminder to stay hopeful, stand up for what we believe in, and positively impact the world.

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Colourshop Drops Heartfelt Hymn to Authenticity with ‘Be Yourself’

Colourshop

Colourshop‘s latest single, “Be Yourself,” is a folk-pop ballad celebrating authenticity and self-acceptance. Recorded at the prestigious RoomTo studio in Barcelona, the song’s acoustic instrumentation creates an intimate and timeless personal atmosphere.

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Produced by Jason Boshoff (known for his work with Lisa Hannigan, David Gray, and Paloma Faith) and Oscar Braga, “Be Yourself” showcases Colourshop’s growth as an artist. It blends their signature sound with a newfound maturity and depth. The production is polished yet retains a raw, emotional edge.

At its core, “Be Yourself” is a message of empowerment and self-discovery. It encourages listeners to embrace their uniqueness and shed societal expectations, finding strength in their own authenticity. In a world that often pressures us to conform, Colourshop reminds us of the power of being true to ourselves.

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With “Be Yourself,” Colourshop showcases a journey of self-exploration and acceptance, crafting a musical experience that is as uplifting as it is relatable.

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