Mase And Cam’ron React Comically To Dwyane Wade’s Red Nails, Sparking Mixed Reactions Online
On a recent episode of their podcast “It Is What It Is,” co-hosts Mase, Cam’ron, and Treasure “Stat Baby” Wilson shared a lighthearted moment discussing NBA star Dwyane Wade’s choice of bright red nail polish. The conversation, stemming from the Jan. 17 episode, had Cam and Mase in stitches over the 42-year-old Miami Heat legend’s bold fashion statement.
Mase, the 48-year-old artist, couldn’t help but express his surprise humorously, likening Wade’s red nails to “seeing [Michael] Jordan in lingerie.” Cam’ron, also known for his hit “Oh Boy,” joined in the laughter, predicting that Mase’s reaction would become a viral sensation.
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The trio delved into the subject with Cam’ron observing how someone you admire for their athletic prowess can suddenly take an unexpected turn in style. Mase further elaborated with humor, suggesting that if someone decides to paint their nails, they might as well go all out with their overall appearance.
Stat brought a different perspective to the table, noting that male celebrities like A$AP Rocky and Harry Styles have embraced nail painting as part of their look. “Everybody’s been doing it,” she remarked, advocating for personal freedom in style choices.
Mase continued his playful critique, playfully dubbing the basketball great as “sassy.” Meanwhile, Cam’ron reflected on Dwyane’s evolving style over the years, ranging from blouses to capri pants.
Despite the light tone of their conversation, the hosts also acknowledged Wade’s recent honor – a statue outside the Miami Heat’s arena, celebrating his illustrious career.
The podcast segment garnered mixed reactions from the audience, with some X users finding the hosts’ banter entertaining. Others, however, pointed out that Wade’s fashion choice is not a novelty and suggested the hosts should be more accepting of individual style expressions.
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