50 Cent isn’t the only one celebrating the downfall of Puff Daddy.

The Diddler’s old artist, Mase, is also taking a victory lap after the Feds raided Puff’s home in search of evidence of sex trafficking.

“Reparations is getting closer and closer,” Mase said, addressing the weekend’s big news.  “Give me a percentage.  The big payback.”

He was then told the raid took place on the 27th anniversary of Biggie Small’s Life After Death album.

“Is this amazing that all of this would transpire on that day,” Mase said.

Would Big also be cheering Diddy’s demise if he was still alive?


Related Posts

Best Songs of The Week: ft. Dr. Dre, Saba, and More

Interview: Shawn Setaro Discusses Writing "Infamous: The Tekashi 6ix9ine Story" Podcast

Madlib Missed The Call to Be on Kendrick Lamar’s ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’

Key Glock Tours NYC In Style For ‘1997’ Video

Fans are Trying to Decode Kendrick Lamar’s “Top of The Morning” on The New Baby Keem Album

Lupe Fiasco Recreates Eminem’s ‘Stan’ To Shame Critical Fan