Cam’ron proved he co-wrote for 3LW so his mom could Instagram it

“Appreciate the opportunity, but don’t call my mama a liar.”

June 15, 2018

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Cam'ron provided some clarification today on behalf of his mama Fredericka Giles. Cam's mom, ran into a bit of problem on Instagram while attempting to post about her son co-writing on 3LW's 2000s hit "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)," and Cam'ron was more than happy to provide receipts.

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In a video posted onto his mom's page, Cam showed a platinum plaque in his name provided to him for the album under which the song was released. "My mom was just telling me how Sony was hating on her about a song I wrote for Three Little Women," he calmly said before showing the plaque. "Ghost-writer. For the right price, I'll get yo' shit tighter," Cam concluded.

Watch the video above.

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