Jim Jones has no plans to work with Max B once he’s released from prison
“No Max talk in my conversation. Period,” he said.
Jim Jones is making it clear that he wants nothing to do with Max B once he is released from jail.
While speaking with Jenny Boom Boom on Instagram Live, the “We Fly High” emcee made it known that he doesn’t want to speak about the Wave Pack rapper. “Nah, fuck Max B,” Jones said. “Tell Max B suck dick. Fuck outta here.”
Jenny then asked Jones if there were any discussions within his team about the two working together in the future. “No, people don’t play with me with that conversation. Ain’t nobody can tell me nothin’ about that,” he responded. “That’s the first thing I say. You heard? If that’s how you feel, that end the deal for anybody. No Max talk in my conversation. Period.”
Earlier this year, Max opened up about his strained relationship with Jones and seemed to regret how things turned out. “It was just egos clashing. A lack of respect. That shit don’t mix well and next thing you know, we beefing,” he said. “So, as far as the content or whatever, it should’ve went a different way. I think today, we would’ve handled the situation different.”
He also said their young age might’ve played a factor. “We was young,” Max added. “We was all crazy. And now we here. We older. We got kids. And people looking at us. We gotta set the right example. We can’t be looking crazy out here. So, it is what it is. It’s all love. I’m trying to get back on that plate.”
Back in 2009, Max was found guilty for his role in a robbery-turned-homicide. He was originally sentenced to 75 years in prison, however, he appealed his conviction and got his charges lowered to aggravated manslaughter.
He is reportedly set to be released from prison next year.
Check out a clip from Jones’ interview below.
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