Jim Jones Suggests No Malice Is “A Crackhead” In Pusha T Diss
Jim Jones became a trending topic on Twitter on Saturday (June 24) after a snippet of an alleged Pusha T diss track started circulating. In the clip, Jones essentially refers to Pusha T’s brother No Malice as a crackhead. He also takes a dig at Pusha T’s endorsement deal with McDonald’s.
“Trying to bring the Clipse back,” he raps. “Talking ’bout your brother, what happened to that boy?/It looking like they be selling crack to that boy.”
The animosity between the two started in April when Jones stated that King Push didn’t deserve a spot on a list of the greatest rappers. It escalated on June 20 after Clipse, consisting of Pusha T and No Malice, premiered a new song during Pharrell Williams’ Louis Vuitton debut in Paris.
The track included what seemed like a subliminal shot at Jim Jones, with Pusha rapping, “Beware of my name, that there’s delegate/You know I know where you’re delicate/Crush you to pieces, I’ll hum a breath of it/I will close your heaven for the hell of it.”
He continued, “You think it’d be valor amongst veterans/I’m watching your fame escape relevance,” he raps. “We all in a room but here’s the elephant/You chasing a feature out of your element/And those lab diamonds under inspection/The question marks block your blessings/It’s no tombstones in the desert/I know by now you get the message.”
Jones appeared to respond to Pusha T hours after the song was released, writing on Instagram, “Let me know if they’re serious cause my name is my name #Capo.” He also shared a video in which he doesn’t say a word but laughs hysterically while “Come Again” plays in the background. He added, “Let me know when they’re really ready.”
It shouldn’t be long before Jim Jones drops the full track. Whether it’s solely aimed at Pusha T or not remains to be seen. In the meantime, watch the clip above.