Jim Jones had previously said that he wasn't going to insert himself into the middle of the Mase and Cam'Ron beef that has been going on for the better part of two weeks (publicly, anyways). However, that approach was cast aside when he made an appearance on the radio show The Breakfast Club to chat with Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. When the conversation eventually turned to the war of words between those two veteran rappers, Jones was pretty candid with the hosts.

When he was asked whether or not this rift helps or hurt either emcee, Jones simply replied, "Nothing hurts, because it's all publicity, it's all media." There was a point in the interview where the "We Fly High" rapper seemed to be struggling for words or, more accurately, having a hard time deciding what he should or shouldn't say. "I want to say so much, but it ain't my position man," he remarked. However, when he was asked about Mase saying that, if things don't stop, it's going to "end bad" for Cam'Ron, Jones didn't censor himself at all.

Seemingly a little more riled up, Jones went in on Mase's supposedly hard demeanor that has been apparent since he began this war of words with Cam. "End bad for who, bro?" he asked. "You don't have no arrests on your rap sheet, you haven't even been in court at all," he continued, eventually surmising that Mase should basically just own who he is and stop trying to embody this persona that, according to Jones, doesn't feel authentic or representative of his character.

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