In a fiery escalation of their ongoing feud, Jim Jones has raised the stakes by taking direct aim at Pusha T's brother in a scathing diss track.
Recently, a video clip emerged online showcasing the Dipset rapper's retaliatory response to Pusha's provocations. The beef between these two MCs was reignited when a Clipse song surfaced earlier this week, targeting Jones with its lyrical jabs.
While some parts of the clip's audio are difficult to decipher due to Capo rapping over a recording while being filmed on the street, he does manage to make a reference to Pusha's corporate rival, McDonald's. In a surprising twist, he even insinuates that Pusha himself sold drugs to his own brother and Clipse groupmate, No Malice.
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“That last shit you dropped, that shit was garbage, take that shit back/Plus you got your brother up, what you tryna bring The Clipse back?/ Talking about your brother, what happened to that boy?/ It’s looking like you were selling crack to that boy,” he spits.
Responding to the Clipse song that premiered at Pharrell's first Louis Vuitton show, Jones took to Instagram to air his thoughts. He dismissed Pusha's verse, stating unequivocally that it did not make his top 50 list, let alone his top 5. Adding a touch of playful sarcasm, he captioned his post, “That was not a Top 50 verse, Not at all. Still not in my Top 5, Lol [that] verse did not make [the] list champ it was cute.”
Pusha T's track seems to imply that Jones cozied up to his arch-nemesis, Drake, in a bid to secure a guest verse. With lyrics like, “Beware of my name, that there’s delegate/ You know I know where you’re delicate/ Crush you to pieces, I’ll hum a breath of it/ I will close your heaven for the hell of it/ You think it’d be valor amongst veterans/ I’m watching your fame escape relevance/ We all in a room but here’s the elephant/ You chasing a feature out of your element.”
He then adds: “And those lab diamonds under inspection/ The question marks block your blessings/ It’s no tombstones in the desert/ I know by now you get the message.”
The underlying tension between Jim Jones and Pusha T likely began when Jones openly questioned Pusha's placement at No. 29 on Billboard's list of the Top 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time back in April.
As this fiery rap feud continues to unfold, fans and spectators eagerly await the next moves from these talented wordsmiths, each vying to outdo the other in their pursuit of lyrical dominance.