The hip-hop star is especially upset because he stood by Kelly when news of his arrest on child pornography charges broke last year (02), a time when many others abandoned the singer - and Cam'ron is now so annoyed he plans to bill Kelly for his appearance in his SNAKE video.
He explains, "Me, I got beef with R Kelly. The Snake song, he asked me to fly to Los Angeles and do the video. I said fine, all in exchange for him to do a beat and hook on my album. There's no beat from Kelly, there's no hook from R. Kelly."
"The whole industry was s***ting on Kelly. Now everybody is back on the bandwagon, I'm jumping off.
"I still love his music, he's a great musician, but I can't do business with that man, because that's bad business. I could have invoiced him and said, 'This is my fee.' That's what I'm gonna do now."01/12/2003 21:15
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