Initially, Jim jokingly said he’d now use Kanye’s name as an alias when he steps out, while also adding he’d like an apology from ‘Ye because “…that’s kinda fucked up that he would use my name in such a crazy manner… If people didn’t know it wasn’t him and they just thought it was Jim Jones doing the regular, crazy Jim Jones thing, that could have got my ass in trouble. So for that alone, I should charge Kanye a sucker fee,” he said with a laugh.
In our chat, Jim made it clear he hopes The Life of Pablorapper gets well soon after doubling down on his comment that, in his “worst nightmare,” he wouldn’t want to be Kanye––or anyone else, for that matter.
“I love my life. I love who I am. I think I’m a pretty cool dude, so I would never want to be nobody else,” he explains. “But for the whole Kanye issue, I didn’t really know how severe the situation was. When I first heard, I thought it was a joke so I did my usual rant, being a comedian and shit like that,” Jim adds.
“But it seems like that boy is really losing his mind a little bit, so I just want him to get his shit together and get back to making that music that we love to hear from him,” Jim said seriously.
He also spoke on he and Cam’ron‘s ongoing issues. Most recently, the two got into it on Dave East’s Instagram, but Jim insists, “It ain’t no beef. Me and Cam’ron can’t never have no beef. We got problems. Sooner or later we’ll solve them differences – whether it’ll be mentally, physically, shootouts, whatever. They’ll get solved somehow. That’s what brothers go through.”
1. Pharrell Williams recently announced he's teaming with upscale grocery store Dean & DeLuca to offer a line called "The Williams Family Kitchen" inspired by authentic recipes straight from the Williams family.
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2. 2 Chainz never forgets where he came from. The rapper once revealed that he's a landlord in his hometown of Atlanta.
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3. Lil Kim has always been about her coins. The Queen Bee teamed with North Carolina salon owner and cousin Katrise Jones to expand and franchise Jones’ Salon Se Swa brand to five salons.
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4. One of the most unexpected business ventures in hip-hop history was Jay Z acquiring partial ownership of the New Jersey Nets, bringing them to play in his hometown of Brooklyn. Iconic!
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5. Cam'ron has had some of the most innovative businesses in the rap game. He's had everything from his own line of cereal to capes to even owning his own chicken spot in Harlem.
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6. Snoop Dogg has his hands in almost anything you can think of. One of his more unusual side projects is his chain of Snoopermarkets with Overstock.com.
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7. Rick Ross put his money where his mouth is. The MMG Boss has built himself a small empire of Wingstop franchises.
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8. Everyone knows 50 Cent is the ultimate hustler. The rapper/actor/producer made millions from his Vitamin Water deal and even invests in platinum mines in South Africa.
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9. LL Cool J has been making moves since his career started many years ago. The rapper released a children’s book called "And the Winner Is…. ". It comes with a CD and is part of a Scholastic series called Hip Kid Hop. It's still available on Amazon.
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10. Back in 2008, E-40 invested in Icepiks by E.D.K.O.: A studded toothpick held in the teeth of celebs like Chris Brown and Ja Rule for stylish purposes.
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