This man has more enemies that Busta Rhymes have recipes!
Jim Jones looks very outdoors men like.
Jim Jones has been blamed for dominating and stealing the show in the Mona Scott project,”Love And Hip Hop” and destroying earning potential for mainstream success for the once critically claimed Byrd Gang. Some assume he did not honor loyalty code in regards to Yandy and respecting her loyalty and business relationship due to interference with Chrissy.
The fact remains that Jim is easily discredited as a business man, and some doesn’t consider Jim a rapper. Dame Dash and Jimmy suffered a public beef that resulted in Jimmy, was calling Dame Dash ” a culture vulture” and When Max B and Jim Jones disagreed that could have been rectified, but nothing was the same.
If you look in the eyes of Max B when he disses Jim Jones and Chrissy, Max appears distant but seems troubled as well, but evidently surprised and of course hurt about the jail situation where MAX B expected more support and Jim seemed very emotionally distressed about Max wanting out of his contract. Once an agreement with Jimmy and Max turned into a war. Jim would never discuss it man to man, but he wrote a song describing his “Frenenmies” which of course Max B responded to and elaborated on the meaning and diss for his fans.You address issues that make you feel uncomfortable, I think by that time their friendship was over and even if they wanted to make amends too much had occurred and it ruined a bond and manipulate friends into strangers.
The first season of Love And Hip Hop grabbed media ratings because of the entire Chrissy and Jimmy plot and that handsome mole of Chrissy’s and her fashion.
Now, Jim Jones was supposed to be the under Cam’Ron Giles. It appears that Jim Jones has preceding the once prominent and the Captain of Dip-Set, but now that most respected and hated is the “Capo” and if you watch videos with Jha Jha and other Dip-set contestants, you will notice they seem to feel some kid of way and still mock Jimmy and blame him for their downfall and their problems that led them to Kock Records.
We also remember the bottle incident with French Montana and the Miami situation, where a filming went terribly wrong.
Does Jim Jones deserve this much hate from his own Harlem residents?
Maybe it is just something about Jimmy that people leave with a bad taste in their mouths? Respect is also needed for everything touched by Harlem’s residential producer,actor and rapper, Jim Jones.