It looks like the quarantine is helping mend relationships and bring good moments in hip hop.
French Montana and Jim Jones decided to take some time to iron out their differences, and squash their beef.
The two have had issues for about 15 years, and Montana addressed the new beginnings during his IG Live session, “15 years of beefing ended up with laughs and war stories.”
During both New York artist’s conversation, they addressed a moment years ago at the MTV Awards when Jim Jones and French Montana nearly had an altercation. “I left it alone,” Capo said as he remembered back to the tense moment.
The beef stems from issues between Max B and Jim Jones following their fallout. After collaborating on hits such as “Baby Girl,” and “G’z Up,” he had signed to ByrdGang records. He eventually left on bad terms after feeling he was not compensating correctly for his work, therefore dissing Jim Jones on various interviews and songs.
At that point following leaving his situation with Jim Jones, Max B went to sign with French Montana, but politics got in the way.
Last year, Montana addressed the beef with DJ Akademiks.
“What you gonna do if you trying to feed your family and somebody got you under their contract,” he asked. “You gonna go crazy, right? And me just being his n**** next time him, I was in it regardless, so I wasn’t really in it.”
Max B and Jim Jones have recently squashed their own beef which led the way to this reconciliation.
“If there’s anybody out there watching from the young n*****, man, learn from this,” Montana said. “Don’t waste 15 years in the game when y’all could have been getting all kinds of bags together.