Address the church issue
When Ma$e first retired from rap, he said he was doing so because he wanted to follow God and inspire others to do the same. He founded a church and became a pastor, and returned from retirement with a squeaky clean image.
Once he teamed up with 50 Cent, he released a mixtape, G-Unit Radio Part 16: Crucified 4 The Hood, with himself wearing a Jesus-inspired crown of thorns. This was the first of a series of steps that made fans believe that his exit from rap, and his sudden religious conviction wasn’t that genuine in the first place. Pastor Betha needs to give a definitive statement on his religious views and the status of his church, and to deliver that message musically (see Jay-Z’s verse on Rick Ross’ “Free Masons”) and in interviews.