Cam’ron is having the best week of his life and he went on Instagram to share his joy with his 1.4 million followers.
On Saturday (June 24), Killa Cam saluted his baby mother of his son, Cameron Ezike Giles Jr., who recently graduated from high school. The proud dad wrote a heartwarming letter to his son’s mother, identified only as “Toy,” for being the disciplinarian in their son’s life.
Cam took readers down memory lane as he recalled the moment he saw Toy for the first time in seventh grade. "She was cute, had swag, and fly jewelry. I found out her name was Toy and she was a grade ahead of me. And she was tuff. I mean could beat up boys, take it to the guns etc.," he writes.
"I thought I would love for her to be my girlfriend. But I only had 2 pair of jeans, 3 shirts and 2 pair of sneakers. So that was a far fetched dream," he continued. "But about 3 months into the school year she notice me and took a liking to me…I still don’t know [why]. Anyway. She became my girl. And she took care of me. Brought me clothes, sneakers, jewelry (Cuban links, gucci bracelets etc) and taught me how to have style."
However, Cam admitted that his rap career eventually ruined their relationship. "We ended up breaking up when I turned about 26 (I think) because of my cheating, lying and trying to [pursue] a music career that she wanted nothing to do with," he writes. "She wanted me to go to school and we live a family life. But she understood my vision but she wasn’t going to be a part of it."
Eighteen years later, his son Cameron is a high school graduate with five full academic scholarship offers. The Harlem rhymer thanked his baby mama for making sure his son stayed on the right path to success.
But his son did one even better. When Cam asked him what kind of car he wanted for his graduation present, he decided that he wanted to give his mother a gift for the occasion. His choice: A new Range Rover Velar. "I said 'WORD!!'" writes Cam.
In the IG post above (swipe to the left), the Dipset leader got her a Range Rover and Gucci gear to match. Now how dope is that?
Salute to Cam'ron and Toy for raising such a well-adjusted son. This warms our hearts.