Bitches try to Diddy my ma$e
Initially, P Diddy put on rapper-turned-preacher Ma$e. Ma$e grew as an artist and advanced his career in ways that didn’t involve P Diddy at all, but P Diddy still had/has some contractual control over Ma$e’s later performances and career. Diddy won’t fully release Ma$e even though Diddy is no longer relevant and Ma$e doesn’t need him.
Azealia uses this example to call out shady record exec practices and the fact that the industry is full of people trying to profit from her work and music.
It also sounds like a subtle euphemism for sex.
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