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“Im tryna get my paperwork signed.”

If Jadakiss’ threat to drop a refrigerator on his former boss’s head was any indicator, it seemed clear back then that it was more than an obstacle for artists to escape the contractual grip from Puff Daddy.

With the return of Mase, the first priority that was in question was his business with the Bad Boy boss.

Making a surprise visit to V103 Atlanta, the rapper turned pastor turned back, then back again stormed the airwaves while Diddy was in the process of promoting his newest that was Dirty Money.  For those that were curious to which one the Harlem native is now, he has shed his skin to reemerge as a rapper once again.

Vlogging the experience through the rapper looked like a kid in the candy store as he showed the documents that would break his shackles with the signature of his former boss, Sean Combs.

“It took me 10 years to get this paperwork.  I had to put this in UPS, I don’t want to have nothing spill on it.  I don’t even know what Imma put out now.”

Although it felt like there was an uneasy feeling in Diddy, everything was love in the end as he stated that his former artist was now a free man in the music industry.

“People have felt like with our situation, I may have stopped him.  He can do whatever he wanna do…If you want those Mase verses, you can go get your hustle on right now.  You know he got a slick tongue though.  He’s a mean negotiator so you better come with that guap.”

Stating that there are officially no more problems with the dotted line being signed, Mase, unlike his stint in G-Unit, has returned to take care of all past grievances and move on to the future with his music career.

“I don’t even know how to take that.  I’m not used to Puff doing this stuff.”

Now with the deal done between himself and Puffy, the next up is former foe Jim Jones.  By calling a truce over the air earlier this year, Jones has stated that he would like to have an actual sit down with Mase to finally clear everything out.  The peace continues to increase in New York.

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