Jim Jones recently made a visit to Hot 97 where he was interviewed by Funkmaster Flex. The interview was very emotional. Jones called Cam'ron out because he didn't have his back during a fight at Rucker Park. Jim recently signed to Roc Nation and it looks like him and Jay-Z have developed a plan to get Jones back in the news.
Killa Cam class is in session— Steven James (@TheLaunchMag) February 12, 2017
"Google the name Carlos Zoo Thompson"
Carlos "Zoo" Thompson was arrested in Sayreville, New Jersey in 2009. In 2005, Thompson and a group of Dipset enforcers approached 15-year-old, Phoenix Garrett because he was selling bootleg Dipset CDs in New York City. Thompson told Phoenix to stop selling the bootleg CDs but the teen refused.
Carlos advised one of his associates to grab a gun from his. Thompson gave 13-year-old, L'mani Delima the gun and told him to shoot Phoenix.
"google this name: carlos zoo thompson-- i'ma give y'all a minute to google it"— riedy (@patrickriedy) February 12, 2017
this the most historic cam moment since the pool video
We're glad Carlos is off the streets. The horrific truth is coming out about the Dipset. Fans wondered how the crew fell off but they should be asking how they're not all in prison.
"Google this name, if you have an extra phone. Carlos Zoo Thompson" -Camron #killalive— Sowmya Krishnamurthy (@SowmyaK) February 12, 2017
The video below shows Jim's interview with Funkmaster Flex:
Cam'ron's IG Live discussion: