September 8, 2023

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By: @Mister_factz

It looks like the supposed son of former Harlem drug kingpin, Alpo Martinez, has no love for Cam’ron.

According to reports citing a No Jumper interview,  Alpo’s alleged son, Harlem rapper Popperazzi Po, spoke about the first time he met Cam and, more importantly, how the Dipset co-founder made him feel some type of way after a “slick” remark.

Early in the interview, Popperazzi Po talked about how cats said he resembled Cam’ron at one point: “N-ggas damn near used to call me Cam when I was in juvenile. I used to look like Cam. But when I met him, I was like, ‘Damn, I wish I never met him.’”

Then homeboy explained why he wished he never cross paths with Killa: “I feel like he just made fun of everybody. I don’t know if that was their way of playing, and because I’m not apart of that circle, I didn’t understand what was going on. But it might’ve been that cause you gotta think about it, I’m not apart of they circle.”

But what really bothered Popperazzi Po was a pointed remark Cam’ron supposedly made: “And he said some slick shit too, like, ‘N-ggas think because they pops is somebody I gotta respect them.’ He said some shit like that, so I felt it was an indirect shot at me.”

A couple of years back, Popperazzi Po generated buzz for claiming Alpo Martinez was his pops. But Alpo denied Popperazzi was his son, even up to his death. 

Maury Povich nonsense aside, Popperazzi Po first met Cam on the set of Paid in Full, the flick that was fictionally based on the 1980’s Harlem drug lords Azie “AZ” Faison, Rich Porter, and, of course, Alpo Martinez. 

In ’91, Martinez got knocked in D.C. for moving weight. In addition to getting hit with several drug charges, Po also caught several murder charges, 14 counts to be exact. 

Po was facing the death penalty — or life in prison. So he turned government informant and testified against cats he was moving with at the time, most notably Wayne “Silk” Perry. 

In 2015 Martinez was released from the pen, and spent several years in witness protection before returning to Harlem. Then, on October 31, 2021, Alpo was murdered in his Hometown while riding around in a 2017 Dodge Ram truck.