Jim Jones Says There’s No Beef With Juelz Santana After Their Ladies Brawled
Despite their ladies scrapping on national television during an episode of VH1's reality show Love & Hip-Hop that aired last week, Jim Jones and Dipset brother Juelz Santana don't have any beef.
"I wish that it wouldn't have happened ... but things happen," Jones told TMZ recently while handing out turkeys in Harlem. "I spoke to my brother about it, we cool... shout to my lady Chrissy. It's all good."
Chrissy and Kimbella, the latter Juelz' girlfriend, went to blows on the first episode of the second season of the show after Kimbella, who is new to the cast, admitted to Emily, another cast member who happens to be Fabolous' baby moms, that she had an affair with her man just three years prior, right around the time Emily was pregnant with Fab's son. Chrissy, who is Emily's friend and appears to have a short temper, took it upon herself to make Kimbella pay for disrespecting her friend, sucker punching Kimbella as she sat on an ottoman and trying to stomp her with her foot while she laid on the ground.
Watch the smack down below:
Kimbella recently told MTV Rapfix that she stands by her decision to tell Emily about her relationship with Fabolous, although she didn't anticipate Chrissy would react so violently.
"I didn't come at [Emily B] maliciously," she explained. "I had good intentions and I wasn't there to hurt anyone or take anything from anyone. I could've taken her aside to tell her that privately, but I felt like in the moment, Emily was so proud that she was leaving [Fab], and I was just in that moment with her.
"Everyone just shifted out of the room and I felt like it was just me and her, so I felt the need to tell her," she continued. "I stand my ground with that, I felt like I needed to tell her then and there, and I did that and I hold my own with that."—Gina Montana