Dipset’s Jim Jones is proud af about the legacy his crew’s created. The hip-hop veteran has paid some homage to himself and Diplomats for paving their own lane in the rap game.

This past weekend, Jimmy went to Instagram and acknowledged the 14-year anniversary of Dipset’s Diplomatic Immunity album release.

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Recently, Jones appeared to fire a shot at Dipset boss Cam’ron.

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Last month, Jimmy shed tears discussing his loyalty to the Dipset brand.


“People don’t understand what this Diplomat sh*t is built about. I be watching the ‘gram and I be watching these clowns – boy, if you really get to live this last 20 years that I lived, you would understand, boy. I put everything on the line for this. And I took it with a smile, even when n*ggas doubted me, n*ggas downed me, when I was on trial and n*ggas told me I needed to take the plea.” (Hot 97)

Jones also discussed how much of a close-knit bond he always had with Cam.

“Before I got all the pieces together, I was everything,” Jimmy said referring to protecting Cam in the 90’s. “I was the hype man, I was the road manager, I was the manager, I was the security – everything. I would not let Cam be by himself, in harm’s way on my watch, on my clock as everybody can see. I don’t think there’s a time you’ve seen in this industry that you can see Cam has reacted aggressively toward no one as far as putting his hands on somebody. I don’t think you could find a clip of that. But you can find numerous clips activating for the Diplomats and that’s a fact.” (Hot 97)