Cam’ron Is Not Convinced That Dinosaurs Ever Existed
When Cam'ron opened his verse on Kanye West's "Gone," he rapped, "Knock knock, who's there / Killa Cam, Killa who / Killa Cam, hustler, grinder, gorilla true." Considering his latest interview with ItsTheReal, he should add "dinosaur truther" to that lyric if he ever performs it again.
See, the 43-year-old rap icon and Dipset veteran revealed to the long-running hip-hop podcast that he isn't sold on the whole dinosaur thing. He tells hosts Jeff and Eric Rosenthal, seemingly unprompted, "I have fights with people about dinosaurs and their existence all the time.”
Asked to elaborate, he continues: “I’m not believing nor disbelieving. It’s like, there’s no proof. Because they throw these big bones, pause, up in a museum, and then be like, ‘Yo, these are the people that were here before us…’” After getting pushback from the hosts that yes, the bones themselves are quite literally proof that dinosaurs existed, Killa Cam was still unfazed. He explains, "I'm not necessarily going for that one. If we get more proof on it, cool, but I’m not going off museum facts. I been to every museum when I was young, I’m like, ‘Word, so they just found all these bones and glued them together.'"
Interviews this absurd don't happen very often. When asked about whether or not he believes the Earth is flat, Cam'ron responds with a simple "Nah" which further confounds the podcast hosts. The chat is the perfect amount of lively and hilarious but with an ample dose of grating pseudoscience to keep it balanced.
Cam'ron, who later mistakes paleontology for archeology, says, "I wish I could be an archaeologist and be like, ‘I found some shit.’ I’d be at the beach every day like, ‘Yo, look what I discovered,’ and just make some shit up." Even though his grasp of science is way off, it's 100% worth a watch.
Please don't follow Cam'ron's lead: Trust museum facts. They're quite literally facts! See for yourself by reading the American Museum of Natural History's resources on dinosaurs right here. They existed! Watch the clip below and listen to the whole podcast episode here.