Last month, Mase accused Combs of signing him to a bad deal when he was younger, and Combs now refuses to sell him back that publishing.
But 50 said that Mase is doing the same thing to the Brooklyn rapper Fivio Foreign.
“This is just personal sh– between the two of them,” said 50 on Rap Radar’s Cigar Talk. “Those feelings are there because they dealt with each other for years … But you look at it and say, he’s pointing out the publishing sh–, he’s doing the same thing to the young boys now, Fivio.”
“You doing the same sh– that they did to you, boy,” he added. “F–k is you crying about some sh– they did to you and you doing it to somebody else? Get the f–k outta here, man.”
50 also spoke about Mase owning Fivio’s publishing when he stopped by “The Breakfast Club” last week, where he also talked about the Harlem rapper’s issue with Combs.
“I’m on the middle on that,” said 50 at the 39:38 mark of the interview. “‘Cause Mase will tell you he’s coming back, get a check and then breakout. Like he’s done that to Puff. Twice.
“So what Puff do to him now, I just think it’s what he would do to him now in business after you’ve done that multiple times,” he added. “If it was so bad, then why is he doing it to someone else? Like he’s doing the same thing to Fivio.”
In Mase’s message to Combs, which was posted shortly after Combs gave a speech about advancing “the culture,” he accused him of not living by his words.
“U keep screaming black excellence and love but I know love isn’t free,” wrote Mase. “So I offered u 2m in cash just a few days ago to sell me back my publishing.”
“Your response was if I can match what the EUROPEAN GUY OFFER him that would be the only way I can get it back,” he added. “Or else I can wait until I’m 50 years old and it will revert back to me from when I was 19 years old. This is not black excellence at all. When our own race is enslaving us.”