CAM’RON REMINDS FANS HE CAN STILL RAP DESPITE SPORTS SHOW SUCCESS: ‘I DO THIS IN MY SLEEP’

Cam’ron, the iconic rapper from Harlem, is making waves in the culture with his sports talk show, It Is What It Is, alongside Ma$e. However, he wants to assure his fans that his rap skills are still as sharp as ever.

In a recent Instagram post, Killa Cam treated his followers to a throwback freestyle session, harkening back to his roots in Harlem. The freestyle showcased his lyrical dexterity, leaving no doubt that when it comes to rapping, he can “do this shit in [his] sleep.”

In his signature style, Cam’ron effortlessly rapped, “Let’s face this, I’m tasteless/ Let me tell you about my day, nothing crazy, just the basics/ I go to a b*tch job, tell her to leave, come with me/ She said, ‘Why Cam?’/ I said, ‘Honey, you just a waitress’/ Outside this restaurant, I got a two-seater spaceship/ 200 thou, five hours, me in six different places.”

Continuing the flow, he asserted his dominance with lines like, “If I don’t go personally, I send my cars to the cookout/ Ms. Barbara, 80 years old on the stoop, still my lookout/ Her son Ronny my shooter, call him, ya lights get put out/ My n-ggas get booked, I go to bookings and from bookings we book out.”

In the caption, Cam’ron emphasized his love for hip hop, stating that despite his upcoming role as a full-time football analyst, his heart remains devoted to the proverbial sport of hip hop. He expressed his commitment to represent the projects and urban hoods around the world, being a voice that connects with the people.

It Is What It Is, Cam’ron and Ma$e’s sports talk show, has been a tremendous success since its debut earlier in the year. The duo’s authenticity and unique perspective have garnered attention and even influence in the sports analyst field. In a recent episode, they called out ESPN for allegedly copying their “cap” segment, which led to fan support and further discussions about ESPN’s practices.

As Cam’ron continues to thrive in both the rap and sports worlds, his enduring passion for hip hop remains unwavering. Fans can rest assured that despite his ventures into other domains, his lyrical prowess will always be a fundamental part of his identity as an artis

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