Looks like Cam’ron is eyeing retirement from the rap game.
In the same week as fans celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the classic Purple Haze album, the Harlem rapper announced via Instagram that the LP’s sequel, Purple Haze 2, will be his last.
“Fresh off da flight.. To see my brother.. HUD 6 told me lastnite.. #AChangeGoneCome ..my last album.. #PurpleHaze2 this summer.. It's been fun.. But HUD said we got other things to do. #Hud6,” he wrote as the caption of the clip.
Cam’s been pretty busy this year with the monthly releases of his First of the Month EP series, which is panning out to be the perfect appetizer for the "Dipsh-ts" MC’s final curtain call.
Miss Info caught up with Killa to confirm that he was indeed hanging up his mic for good.
“Yeah, it’s a wrap. Time to move on,” he said, before offering up hints at his next move. “Movies and clothing are doing really well for me right now. I’m helping Mendeecees with his album. And I’m building a club in Vegas.”
And just in case you don't believe he's really walking away, Cam posted a picture of his retirement home on IG Thursday (December 11).
“Juju was impressed how I designed da 3rd floor.. I'm almost done wit this masterpiece #RetirementHome #PurpleHaze2,” he wrote.