Rapper Cam’ron, pictured on Aug. 14, 2012 in New York, is changing his mind about snitching. Getty Images

In 2007, rapper Cam’ron famously appeared on CBS’ “60 Minutes” to discuss the “Stop Snitching” campaign, a call for people not to cooperate with law enforcement and reveal information.

Being interviewed by Anderson Cooper, Cam’ron was asked if he would alert the police if a serial killer was living next to him. “I would probably move,” the rapper said. Nearly 10 years later, the hip-hop star is asking people to do what he once said should never be done.

During an appearance on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” seen above, the “Come Home with Me” rapper starred in a skit asking snitches to do their jobs. “Hi, I’m Cam’ron, and where I’m from — the streets — there’s a saying, ‘snitches get stitches,’” Cam says in the video.

Seeing as times have changed, the rapper claims that snitches now have a “civic-ass responsibility” to tell us what President Donald Trump is up to. “So, if you’re a member of the intelligence community, a government bureaucrat or disgruntled third wife who didn’t sign up any of this,” he said, making a reference to first lady Melania Trump, “Tell the world what you know.”

Making a change to the famous “snitches get stitches” saying, the “Purple Haze” rapper said, “From now, snitches get riches,” adding, “Stay snitching, America.”

Cam’ron is not the first hip-hop artist to have issues with Trump. Eminem has called the United States president out on two different occasions. In his 2016 song, “Campaign Speech,” the Detroit native called Trump a “loose cannon who’s blunt with his hand on the button.”

Eminem also used his guest verse on Big Sean’s “No Favors” song to take a shot at the president. “I’m anti, can’t no government handle a commando / Trump’s a bitch / I’ll make his whole plan go under,” he rapped.

Chance The Rapper has also had his issues with Trump, specifically the president’s plans for Chicago. “It sounds like he was announcing he was going to war with Chicago,” the artist said about Trump’s tweet threatening to “send in the Feds” to the city.