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Cam’ron Reveals Why He’ll Never Date Erykah Badu

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Cam’ron, the legendary rapper known for his unfiltered opinions, recently discussed his stance on dating and made it clear that Erykah Badu is off-limits for him.

During the latest episode of his show “It Is What It Is,” co-hosted with Ma$e, Cam’ron delved into the topic of Badu’s rumored romantic influence, expressing his determination to resist her allure.

Referring to Badu as “André 3000’s baby mom,” Cam’ron emphasized the transformative effect she allegedly has on men, warning against falling under her spell.

“She’s a homie too, but I told n-ggas, ‘She can’t get nowhere near me with that pussy,'” he asserted. “That shit she be doin’ to n-ggas is crazy. N-ggas be regular up until they fuck her. Then you start wearing turbans, yarmulkes, the tie-dye shirts. No, no, no! You got to chill.”

Cam’ron likely alluded to Common’s notable style transformation during his relationship with Erykah Badu in the early 2000s, suggesting her influence transcends mere romantic connections.

Badu herself addressed the rumors surrounding her romantic prowess during an appearance on The Tamron Hall Show last year, humorously noting that she often wears a hat to downplay her alleged powers.

But Badu emphasized that her “magic” extends beyond romantic relationships, affecting “women too, and children and animals.” She maintained that her true power lies in her intellect rather than physical attributes.

In other news, Cam’ron hinted at the possibility of taking “It Is What It Is” on a live tour, suggesting a potential road trip by the end of February or March.

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Additionally, fans can anticipate new music from Cam’ron and Ma$e, as the duo has collaborated on new tracks, with Ma$e having the final say on their release.

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