Back in 2010, Jim Jones survived a near death experience. After an altercation at his studio in NYC with kingpin/gang member Ronald Herron, Herron went on a rampage and later tracked down Jones at a strip club, Sue’s Rendezvous, with plans to shoot him.

The New York Daily News reports that Herron, who was also an aspiring hip-hop artist that went by the name of Ra Diggs, became enraged after Jim Jones kicked Diggs and his armed entourage out of their recording session. Herron’s former driver, Algenis Caraballo who testified in court on Tuesday at Herron's racketeering and murder trial, recalled that Jones quickly left the strip club they later attended once the DJ announced that Ra Diggs was in the building, adding, "Jim Jones observes Ra there and it’s like he’s seen a ghost, scared.”

Luckily for Jim Jones, he got out of there as the driver openly admits that a goon was “looking for an eye signal from Ra” to shoot Jim Jones. Caraballo was also adamant at the hearing that Jones is a member of the Bloods’ Nine Trey set. No word from Jim's camp.