Fresh off the release of his comeback mixtape, 'Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1,' Cam'ron paid a visit to Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club this morning. Expanding on his allegation that Jay Z banned Dipset music from his 40/40 Club, the Harlem rapper recalled where it all went wrong between himself and his former boss.

Killa Cam remembered taking Hov's verse off 'Oh Boy' because he "wasn't feeling what he did," the time Dame Dash offered him the job of Senior Vice President of Roc-A-Fella without consulting Jay and not being invited onto Hov and 50's Roc the Mic tour.

"I just know when [Dipset] first got [to Roc-A-Fella], we just tried to be cool. And it's only so long you can try and be cool when somebody giving you they ass to kiss, pardon my language," Cam concluded.

From one strained relationship to another, Killa spoke on his current situation with Ma$e -- together they were part of the '90s Harlem rap crew Children of the Corn. "I haven't spoken to Ma$e in about three, four years," he said. "I don't know, Ma$e just be up and down. You know Ma$e, he'll do the church thing and then he'll go on his Instagram and he'll be like, 'Yo, f--- it.'"

As for the bad blood between his Dipset familia, Cam recalls the time Jim Jones suggested the idea of staging a beef, but Cam wasn't rocking with the idea. Ironically, because of that, the fake tensions soon turned real. He assured that things between the pair are good now, though.

"All of us in a good space right now, but I never really fed into it when all that was going on," he said. "We always strategized and stuff. There was a time [Jim] was in my kitchen and he was like, 'Yo, let's act like we got beef.' I'm like, 'Why would we act like we have beef?'"

Watch part one of the interview above and part two below.

Watch Cam'ron's Interview with Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club