Jim Jones had a showdown with security at an Atlanta hotel, in what appears to have been a dispute over hotel payment, and he posted the video on YouTube for all to see.
Jones can be seen offering the hotel security men money and snatching it back while verbally berating the guards.
In Atlanta Jim Jones and Chubby Baby were harassed in their hotel rooms due to their large entourage. They decide to leave and outside the hotel handle some annoying security and staff. “Yeah, we know you a h*mo,” Jones is seen saying in a video. “You a f*ggot too, came out here like you were gonna do something. Hyatt security, that’s your badge? You a dweeb…I ain’t giving you sh*t, now just say I robbed you, b*tch. You crazy. And we’re gonna YouTube your ass, we’re gonna make you famous in the morning, d**khead.” (Raw Report)
While in Atlanta, Jones has been spotted doing interviews with DJ Drama and traveling throughout the area.
“That’s after I party hard again in the ATL tonight may be hung over performing tommorow for MTV shhhh don’t tell no one our little twitter secret,” Jones wrote in his Twitter unmodified. “I’m in the ATL me and DJ Infamous mix tapes drops tomorrow if you in the ATL pick up a copy. (Jim Jones’ Twitter)
The Byrd Gang leader is known for having security confrontations including his publicized bouncer incident that took place late last year at a Roots event.
“Shout out to Quest, I apologize I couldn’t get in that night to do the show, I was supposed to perform at BB King’s and do to my run-ins and my travels from so young in the city, I’ve done a lot in these clubs as far as bouncers are concerned,” Jones said in a recent video. “There was a bouncer that I may have ruffled his feathers when I was younger…it didn’t really go down…it was one bouncer egging over some old sh*t that happened. (iHipHop)
Hotel security and bouncers aside, Jones’ theatrical production “Hip Hop Monologues” is scheduled to return later this month.
Produced by Sony Entertainment, Damon Dash, and J Kyle’s Korner Entertainment, “Hip Hop Monologues: Inside The Life & Mind of Jim Jones,” the critically acclaimed artistic listening set to stage, will open for the first time to the public at the 37 Arts Theater in New York City and will play for a limited edition run of six performances. Starting at $40, tickets to “Hip Hop Monologues” are available beginning March 11, 2009 via ticketmaster.com. (Broadway World)
Check out Jim Jones’ altercation below: