Cam'ron raised some eyebrows earlier this month when he attended the funeral of Gerard Woodley, who has long been suspected of murdering Harlem rap legend Big L (and others.)
Cam'ron paid his respects to Woodley, who also died by a bullet, even though Killa Cam got his start as a rapper in the group Children Of The Corn, which was founded by Big L.
He explains why in a new verse, which he previewed on IG.
“139 Park, we started off as children / Grew up with Big L, and the dude who supposedly killed him / A week before that, though, Big L had tried to kill him / What was he to do? / Please don't get in ya feelings. When the time’s right I will tell you about these villains / Now everybody dead, so it ain’t about squealing.”The verse is likely going to be on Cam’s upcoming album, Killa Season 2, which is set for a November release.
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