In a new interview with Complex, Jim Jones discusses everything from the situation with Cam and Dipset, his show of emotion on 106 & Park, whether or not he can make another "Ballin'" and his new favorite word, "viral." But what would a Jim Jones interview be without a few thoughts on Jay-Z and the state of Roc-A-Fella? Check this excerpt:

C: How do you feel about Roc?
Jim Jones: I’m about to throw them a raffle, we’re going to write their [Rocafella] artists on a piece of paper, give me a hat. The name we pick we’re going to give them a deal. [Laughs.]

C: What do you think is the main the reason for their turmoil?
Jim Jones: I don’t know what their turmoil is. You know why I’m pissed off at him [Jay-Z]? He was my favorite rapper and then he just went out like a dud. He had a chance to do the unthinkable and then he did the unthinkable. Where I’m from, loyalty is everything, above and beyond everything. When you violate that, it fucks everything up. Especially when you were the hustler’s poster child and you chose to become a corporate stepchild. That don’t make sense when you’re all black-owned. I took an executive position because I didn’t know the game, I took it to learn both sides of the game; there’s a difference.

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