On Wednesday, Camron took to Instagram to speak out about his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Juju, after she left a comment underneath one of his photos.
Earlier on Wednesday, Camron posted a meme on Instagram that read, “Twerk videos is played out sis. Post a video of you reading out loud!!” Camron wrote, “That sh*t turns me on. Let’s check that pronunciation,” as a caption.
Juju commented on the post,”whew chile…,” and things went left from there.
In a two minute and fifty-eight-second video that the Harlem rapper posted on Instagram, with “Hey There Lonely Girl” by the Delfonics playing in the background, Camron spoke out about his previous relationship with Juju.
“Whew Chile. U still my baby,” Camron wrote as his caption along with a kiss and two laughing emojis.
“First of all, I want to start off by saying I’m not your enemy. I got a few calls about a “whew chile” earlier, and everything else. I’m not your enemy. I have nothing but love for you, and I’m happy for everything you do, but I’m tired of looking like the villain even though I like being the villain, but this isn’t the case for this scenario,” Camron said in the video.
“I didn’t break up with you because it wasn’t fun or anything like that. I broke up with you because you kept threatening to beat up one of my co-workers for unfollowing you. You know, maybe I’m a little old and I’m just not…I’m too old to beat somebody up or see somebody getting beat up that brings me $300,000 a year for unfollowing me.”
Camron went on to say that he couldn’t take it anymore. He said that he and Juju had a “marvelous” time together, but she started to interfere with his business and it started to look like she was more in control of his business than he was.
Camron then claimed that he got Juju on Love and Hip Hop, he helped her with her hair company, and he supported her when she had plastic surgery and got laser hair removal. He then told Juju that she can still call his friends, but he knows that if he were to call her friends they’d say he was stalking them.
Juju then took to Instagram to respond to her ex-boyfriend, Camron by posting a photo of herself from when she was 16-years-old. “If you know me from school you know, and that’s just that on that. Never will say anything negative about anyone I had love for in the past and never Will not my character period. First I was boring. Now this,” Juju wrote as her caption in the now deleted post.
“I’ll keep my receipts to myself, will never stoop down. I guess “whew chile” is a crime. Believe what y’all want.”
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