Mase never waned to be a minister. That is what one person who was close to him says.
Lord Jamar, a member of the hip-hop group Brand Nubian and Five Percent Nation recently spoke out against the rapper who recently made headlines for leaving the church he pastored in order to return to music in a VladTV interview.
Mase recently left his congregation read the story here: Mase Quits His Church And Leaves His Flock. The story has since grown bigger than you can imagine.
“I’m not surprised,” said Jamar in response to the question of why Ma$e made the sudden change from ministry to music recently. “Did he really seem like he had some sort of revelation and he was really a faithful follower? I’ve seen him teetering for the longest time.”
He also elaborated on why he thinks Ma$e left music in the first place after reaching platinum selling status with Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy records in the late 1990s.
“He did that to insulate himself and hide from some [problems he had in the streets],” he said. “[The people who were after him] would look pretty bad if they [harmed] a preacher. Now [Ma$e] feels like the heat is off, he can come back.”
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