Jim Jones has seemingly signaled that his long-standing beef with Max B could be coming to an end. On Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 23), The Diplomats invaded the Apollo Theater in Harlem for a highly-anticipated stop of their Gentrification tour. Before Juelz Santana proposed to Kimbella on stage, Jim Jones took some time to do something he seldom done in the last ten years—show love to Max B.

Midway into the show, Capo stopped everything to perform his Max B-assisted banger "G'z Up Hoes Down" with the entire Dipset crew behind him. The homage to the Wave God came as a surprise to some fans in the crowd since both rappers haven't been on good terms in over a decade. However, there weren't any visible, negative vibes during Jones' set at the concert.

Jim Jones' tone towards Biggavelli seems to be completely different from the last time he spoke about his former partner. In an interview with Funkmaster Flex back in early 2017, Jones opened up about his decade-long beef with the Wave God, and said that he could "die where he stands."

"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 the love on stage doesn't automatically dead their beef, it does show signs that their relationship has improved within the last year or so. According to French Montana, Max B could be released from jail sooner than expected.

Watch Jim Jones show love to Max B for the first time in over a decade below.

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