that he would not tell the police on a serial killer if he lived next door. "I might move away, but I wouldn't call the police on 'em." He cited as his reason for not informing the police, that he might lose his credibility among the gold-tooth/dred loc wearers who cheer for him at his concerts. When asked if he would stop making records that glorified his hardcore street ethics if his record company demanded he do so, he said no record company would do that because they are making just too much money. When asked is he was a millionaire, he said, yes, he was. When asked if he owned a Lamborghini, he said he owned more than one. With his millions, Cam'ron does not have to lay his head in the communities where young people get murdered, and people of his generation don't snitch. Such is the power of the words of these artists like Cam'ron, who tells youth not to snitch, which is about credibility so that he can maintain his Lamborghini life style. He doesn't give a **** about these young people and their lives, only his popularity. Afterall, he could be sending far more positive messages in his so-called music, but he chooses to tell young African Americans to respect crime and criminals. This is the message HE coimmunicated tonight.