Jim Jones Talks New Clothing Line, Deads Rumors Of Dipset Beef
"Shout out to my momma, we got a clothing line we started called Nostic," explained Jones. We started it from the ground up with our own money; it's been doing pretty good. We've been grinding going to Magic shows and things like that. We got a long way ahead but we in charge of the swag so I'm bound to make some money."
As previously reported, Jones revealed to Hot 97's Miss Info earlier this month that there was tension between him and Cam'ron and that they haven't "spoken to each other in a year."
Jones, who was scheduled to discuss his issues with the Dipset boss on Funkmaster Flex's Hot 97 radio show days after news of their alleged rift surfaced, was a no- show.
When queried by Kay Slay about the current status of the Diplomats, Jones said: "Everything is everything; it's still Diplomats for life. Shout out to Juelz, he's working an album, he's also working on an album with Lil' Wayne called I Cant Feel My Face; shout out to Freeky Zeekey, shout out to Killa."
Meanwhile, Dipset affiliate Hell Rell also shot down gossip of beef between any Diplomat members when he called into DJ Absolut's Hot 97 radio show yesterday (May 24).
"There is no beef," Rell stressed. "Everybody who thinks we're arguing or we beefing, that's a no-no. We all family. It's been worked out. You seen Jim didn't make that call to Funkmaster Flex, right? Don't listen to rumors, Dipset is still family."