Cam'ron Confirms That He Wrote 3LW's Classic 'No More' Single
By Isha Thorpe
June 15, 2018
Some people might call Cam'ron a lot of different things. But, one thing that you can't say that the recording artist is, is untalented. The Harlem rapper is just that and his mother wants everyone to fully understand this.
On Thursday (June 14), Cam's mom, Fredericka Giles, posted on her Instagram account that her son wrote the 3LW classic "No More (Baby I'ma Do It Right)." Almost immediately, mom dukes started getting slammed for her message. People who followed her accused her of being a liar. "Why come out now with this mess," one IG user said. "Yall believe everything these celebrities and family members post."
Another person simply commented under Giles' post, "False" and a next said, "Lololololol." On top of that, Sony didn't even believe his mom, either. "SONY keeps blocking my other 3LW posts so let's see how this one works out," Giles captioned her reveal. "If you've seen the other one several times, that's the reason why. Camron actually co wrote it." See that below.
Cam'ron eventually got sick and tired of seeing people come for his mother because they thought she wasn't telling the truth. So, he personally made a video showing off his platinum plaque that he got for writing the R&B track. "My mom was just telling me how Sony was hating on her about a song I wrote for Three Little Women," he said in a self-recorded clip. "Don't call my mom a liar."
Cam added: "Ghost-writer. For the right price, I'll get yo' s**t tighter." Check out his receipts below.
**WARNING: Explicit language**
And just for nostalgia's sake...
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