By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Cam’Ron is one of the most iconic figures of the 2000s from his Dipset days with Juelz Santana and Jim Jones. His most recent project is his “Purple Haze 2” album in late 2019, the sequel to his classic 2004 project. Now, the Harlem rapper is speaking out about how important it is to block negative people on social media.
Killa Cam ended up saying that his list of blocked people is at least at a whopping 200,000. He also explained how people shouldn’t feel bad for blocking others.
“Let me tell y’all something about blocking people. Cause I got at least, minimum, two hundred thousand something people blocked. Minimum. At least, maybe more than that. Don’t ever feel bad about blocking somebody. It’s your page. It’s your sh*t.”
Cam went on to explain how now, people are too “opinionated” on others’ social media feeds. He even compared it to someone being in another person’s home and randomly saying how they don’t like their curtains. When Cam sees a comment he doesn’t like, he also decides to let it stay there for a while and block the people who hit the “like” button on it.
“Sometimes, people are too opinionated on your sh*t.” The rapper said to envision your social media platforms as if they’re your home. “Somebody come in your house [saying], ‘I don’t like your curtains.’ Okay, okay cool. ‘I don’t really like the furniture.’ Well, get the f*ck out!… Why are you here? You don’t like a bunch of sh*t but you’re still here. It’s crazy. You know what I do? I let a wild comment stay there for a while and then I block everybody who like the comment.”
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