Cam’ron has unleashed a fiery response to Melyssa Ford’s recent comments on The Joe Budden Podcast, refusing to accept her apology for insinuating inappropriate conduct. On his Instagram Live session on December 7, Cam’ron vehemently denied the accusations, criticized Ford’s apology as “fake,” and even countered with his own allegations.
Cam’ron clarified that he only has a preference for older individuals and pointed out that the events in question took place in 1992 when he was underage himself, just turning 16. Dismissing Ford’s apology, he accused her of insincerity and went on to claim that she engaged in a transactional relationship with Ice-T in the past.
Addressing the controversy, Cam’ron expressed his frustration with Joe Budden and his team for not editing out Ford’s initial comments during the podcast episode. He questioned whether they threw her under the bus or prioritized ratings over ethical considerations.
Contemplating legal action, Cam’ron acknowledged the possibility of suing for defamation of character. He raised concerns about the authenticity of Ford’s apology and hinted at potential legal repercussions, leaving room for further action.
The Harlem native didn’t hold back in his critique of Joe Budden and his podcast co-hosts. Cam’ron threw shade at the crew, calling them “washed-up” and suggesting that Budden could open a dry cleaning business with his team.