" But the sweet-faced protege of superproducer Sean (Puffy) Combs says it's all behind him, and now he wants to spread God's word to the children.
"I know God touched my heart to lead the youth back to Him," Ma$e said.
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Standard contracts usually call for artists to record at least six to eight albums. Robinson said that if Ma$e ever records again, he still would be "obligated to make records with Bad Boy.
But Mase insisted that there was nothing sinister about his retirement from the music business.
He simply decided to turn his life over to God after "someone close" to him was cured of an illness after professing love for Christ.
"I've been struggling with this decision for some time now, and I just came to my senses and realized that I've been receiving all types of messages," Ma$e said. "A lot of people said, `You should wait to talk about this.
Late last week, the man who says his life is now for God and the children told the Daily News why.