Jim Jones is taking an obvious shot at Freddie Gibbs by naming his new album Prime 112, which is the name of the Miami restaurant he and Gibbs fought in.
It's said the two rappers and their entourage bumped into each other at the restaurant on Tuesday, December 14 and Jones came out victorious.
But the Indiana artist posted a smiling video of himself shortly after and looked to be totally fine.
On Thursday, December 16, Hitmaka, aka Yung Berg, who's producing Jones' new album shared the title on Twitter.
“Jim Jones & Hitmaka ALBUM ‘Prime 112,'” wrote Hitmaka in a now-deleted tweet. “Feats – Jeremih, Ty [Dolla $ign], Steff London, Benny The Butcher, Conway [The Machine], Trav, Pleasure P, Ball Greezy, Tink, & A FEW MORE HAVE CANT TALK ABOUT.”
Then someone accused Hitmaka of taking a shot at Gibbs with the title but he downplayed it.
No I’m not that’s my nigga. Don’t none of this shit got anything to do with me AT ALL I’m just making songs and ain’t 1 diss on the project. So let that go— HitMaka! (@_Hitmaka) December 16, 2021
“No I’m not that’s my n*gga,” he tweeted. “Don’t none of this sh* got anything to do with me AT ALL I’m just making songs and ain’t 1 diss on the project. So let that go.”
What are your thoughts on Jones trolling Gibbs with his album title?