Cam’ron may have recently declared that the Dipset movement he feverishly worked to promote in the early 2000s is “over,” but other founding members don’t feel the same.
Jim Jones is one of them.
In a recent interview with Sirius Satellite’s Angela Yee, Jimmy said that Dipset doesn’t belong to any one member of the crew, so one man (Cam) can’t say it’s dead.
“There ain’t no one person that can say Dipset is over,” the rapper said over satellite airwaves. “People just been doin’ a lot of YouTubing and trying to get themselves hot. When you can’t get on the radio, I guess YouTube is the next best thing to get on.”
According to Jones, he defines Dipset, so if Cam’ron, or anyone else don’t like it, he says “come holla at him.”
“I am Dipset,” he said. “Whoever don’t like it come holla at me. I been Dipset. It started in the projects and ain’t nobody got me out of Apt. 5H, but myself … and this is not a publicity stunt. I don’t go around sitting in shopping carts,” a reference to the YouTube clip where Cam’ron made the statement.
“I go around getting money. If there’s a problem; there’s a thin line between love and hate,” Jones continued.
Cam’ron has yet to address Jim Jones’ comments. More on the story as it develops.