In The Diplomats' new track "Intro: Stay Down," rapper Cam'ron fires shots at Kanye West, calling the G.O.O.D. Music chief an "Uncle Tom" and referencing his bipolar disorder.

"Intro: Stay Down" is the first track on The Diplomats latest album, Diplomatic Ties. Cam'ron's verse kicks in around the 2:47 mark and doesn't hold back in its attack on West. Listen below.

The most savage lines call West an "Uncle Tom" and a "tourist," see the verse below.

He told me he was bipolar (What, nigga?) I looked and said, "Bipolar?" (Come on, now) Don't be ridiculous, he wasn't in the mix with us (Nope) Bricks from Hamilton Terrace He didn't take the risk with us (Not at all) Ain't boil a coffee pot, ain't open the barber shop Where we sold hydro at, where we pissed off the cops (G-O-D) The ones in the Taurus, nigga, he a tourist (Yup) Uncle Tom nigga know nothin' 'bout this chorus (Dipset, nigga)

What do you think of Cam'ron's verse? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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