Kanye West was hospitalized on Monday (Nov. 21) for a "psychiatric emergency." According to TMZ, 'Ye used the alias "Jim Jones" when he checked into the hospital. The real Jim Jones has since reacted to this news on Instagram, and you can view these posts below. He also shared his thoughts in the video above.

The Dipset artist screenshotted the TMZ article and posted it to his IG account with the caption, "Now this lol I'm just mad they got my weight and height wrong lol I'm 205 lbs 5'11 in height and I been crazy evrybody know Tht lol hey Kanye them boost drop tommrow send me something or u gone need security not a doctor lol jokes jokes jokes."

The "Ballin" rapper then posted a second screenshot with the caption, "Fuck it my new alias is Kanye west the how I'm stepping out from now on all reservations flights hotels restaurants Th weed man uber car services we Litt lol can't wait lol." Props to Jones for keeping things light and not passing judgment on Kanye, who is obviously going through a turbulent time in his life right now.

In case you missed it, check out how other members of the hip-hop world reacted to Kanye's hospitalization. Fellow Chicagoans like Twista and Chance The Rapper showed support for Kanye, as did 9th Wonder, A$AP Ant and many others.

Twista's letter to Kanye was especially heartfelt. At the end of the note, the "Slow Jamz" collaborator wrote, "So today I pray for my man Kanye, and i ask everyone to do the same too, wanting help doesn’t show weakness, it actually shows character and it lets people know you too are you human and you too have feelings too. when the provider needs help, who can the provider turn too? When you have sooo many people that depend on you everyday, who can you turn to just to vent out to or just breath too without feeling weak to? No one is perfect when it comes down to living life in general, so this morning i pray my homie. I pray that Kanye finds that one thing that money and fame can’t buy. #APeaceofMind Chicago Loves you bro, … Twista.”

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