Jim Jones is clarifying a previous statement he made about his mother teaching him how to french kiss.
On Thursday (Jan. 6), the “We Fly High” emcee took to Instagram to clear up the commentary he’s received after sharing that his mother Nancy Jones taught him everything that he knows about sex. “For the record, I love my mama more than anything in the world. And for the record, it was a joke,” he said. “You people take things way too far. It don’t bother us anyway, but let’s get it clear — that’s weak what y’all trying to project.”
Jones added, “We was talking about childhood things. I thought that was funny. I appreciate you mommy for helping me out, but no. Cut the bullshit, you heard? … I do appreciate the support. Thank you for letting me go trending again. Viral once again. Love you, mommy.”
Earlier Thursday, Jones began trending on social media after a clip of him as a guest on Angela Yee’s “Lip Service” podcast went viral. The Dipset member said that his mom taught him how to french kiss. “My mom taught me how to kiss when I was younger,” he said. “…She showed me with her mouth.”
After the podcast hosts seemed confused by his response, Jones reiterated his reply, saying, “That’s my mother! She showed me how to tongue kiss when I was younger. My mom was seventeen [when she had me], she was a baby. Look at all the babies that’s having babies now and look how they act with their babies. It’s like they have a little sister or brother more than they have a child.”
Jones later disclosed he thought tongue kissing was “nasty” after he experienced it on his own.
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