Jim Jones gave a slight indication that his beef with Max B may have finally come to an end.

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The Diplomats took over The Apollo theater on Thanksgiving weekend for a highly-anticipated stop of their Gentrification tour. Ahead of Juelz Santana’s viral proposal to Kimbella, Jones took the time out to show love to Max B.

Mid-way through the show, Capo performed his Biggaveli-assisted single, “G’z Up Hoes Down” with the entire Dipset behind him. The tribute was a surprise to some fans because the rappers have been beefing for a decade. But it was nothing but good vibes on the stage.


Jim Jones seems to be in a completely different space from the last time he spoke about the Wave God during an interview with DJ Funk Flex last year.

“He could die where he stands, but I ain’t got time to talk about a person in jail,” Jones said. “You violate me a certain type of way, that’s for life… Let’s see how long it takes for him to come out. If he comes out and I’m still into it, I’mma bust his ass.”

Although this doesn’t exactly means the beef is dead, it’s a good indication that they’re heading in the right direction.

According to French Montana, Max B could be coming home soon. So there may be a chance for another collaboration, perhaps?