Jim Jones recently sat down with Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones on ESPN’s “Highly Questionable.” The Harlem spitter recalled several major fights that he’s been involved in over the years. After the Dipset emcee told his story about a fight in Rucker Park involving Diddy and his Bad Boy affiliates, Batard brought up his encounter with French Montana in Miami.
Jones had approached French at a party a few years ago and said that he wanted to fight one on one. Allegedly, Jones was tight about something that French said to Max B. According to Jones, French wasn’t trying to get violent at all and backed out.
“Shout out to French Montana. French is a lover not a fighter. He didn’t want no sauce with that. That would have been his best bet. I don’t think he still wants no sauce with that so he should continue loving and enjoy his career and make the money he’s making. Because by chance he makes that mistake it’s gonna be a bad mistake for his ass.”
Watch Jones explain the situation in full above.