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Cam’ron, Jadakiss, Mase – 3 Headed Monster Tour Cancelled Following Mase-Diddy Spat

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Just days before the 3 Headed Monster Tour was supposed to kickoff in Connecticut, the tour has been cancelled!  The tour, which was set to feature Jadakiss, Cam’ron and Mase, had announced 7 dates for the first leg of the tour, with plans to announce more dates, but seems like fans might not be getting anything.  News that the 3 Headed Monster Tour is cancelled was first shared by Mase on social media with a cryptic message.

Mase took to Instagram last night (Oct. 11th) to share that the tour might not be happening.  He shared:
It’s Time To Show Cowards What Fearless Looks Like
“I’m Not Stopping Nothing That I’m Doing!”
So Y’all Can Cancel All of The Dates
I will not apologize for what’s right!

He continued later in the post with a message, which seemed to be directed straight at Diddy:

Also, to my #1 hater BTS make sure you pull up since your trying to stop 🛑 everything I do BTS. We know what’s going on… but it’s not gonna stop nothing – Can’t Stop Won’t Stop 😇


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Diddy and Mase have been publicly feuding with for years, but it was reignited last week when Diddy took his case to The Breakfast Club.  Mase

Mase replied to Diddy’s claims for receipts shortly after with a message of his own and the back and forth has continued.

No details have been provided by Jadakiss or Cam’ron surrounding the tour and neither have provided any updates on their social media.  The flyer for the event currently is still on their pages as well.

The news that the 3 Headed Monster Tour is cancelled was confirmed by Ticketmaster.  A visit to their site now only shows a message saying that the event is cancelled.

3 Headed Monster Tour Cancelled Ticketmaster

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