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Jim Jones Is Not Happy With Dame Dash

Harlem sticks together?

It’s getting ugly up in Harlem.

Former close friends and business partners Dame Dash and Jim Jones continue to be at odds, and they’re duking it out on Instagram.

Monday, the former Roc-A-Fella Records mogul posted a picture on IG with Cam’ron, along with the hashtag #harlemstickstogether.

“Real Harlem n---as never fight each other and never disrespect each other...," he wrote. "[N]ot under any circumstance ... we have to much respect for each other we only wanna make money and get fresh .... We stay as far away from that insecure tough sh-- as possible ... all the tough sh-- is embarrassing ... And doesn't reflect us ... we only wanna promote positivity and sticking together as a culture .... #harlemstickstogether acting tough is for punks."

It didn’t take long for Jimmy to clap back with a scathing rebuttal in the comments section of Dame’s post.

“U f-ckin clown bird co--sucker matters fact suck my di-- my whole di-- f----t how bout tht n I am DipSet u culture vulture f--kin di-- sucker lol tell @mr_camron #duke I said wht up lol 2,” he responded in the comments section.

Apparently, that wasn’t enough for the Vampire Life 2 MC. He expounded on his feelings by taking aim at Dame’s long-rumored financial troubles in another post.

“Somebody ask this di--head @duskopoppington dame if his car note n rent is paid this month or is he still sneak thieving his own people to pay bills he can't afford smh why did u fire David Chang cause u put a car in his name n didn't want to pay th car note which is ur bill n then u put hands on a defenseless Chinese man why u dont do tht tuff sh-- like u said to a real tuff n---a like my self oh cause u a f----t sneak thievin co-- sucker dam dame u went out like a bad batch of tht scaggy postin pics wit @mr_camron aint gone save u bro u need Jesus lol Byrd n---a n when u see me u know whts up aint nothin change n---a lmao this should b fun exposure lol is this wht U wanted to b back in th game right well here's ur introduction n u owe me bout 5k cash from all them 100 dollars I was givin u Dailey like my side b-tch,” he wrote.

Dame and Jones’ beef originated (publicly, at least) two months ago, when the latter called out the former for being a “culture vulture,” an insult that Dame used to slam former Def Jam executive Joie Manda.

“This n---a here is th real culture vulture n a thief f--k f---t lol back to my day ... Now it’s dusko blue u a f---t n a fraud n a thief f--kin punk but u quick to call and say u aint built for no street sh-- u a f--kin slut who the real culture vulture,” he wrote on IG.

Dame tried to take the argument offline with his response with his own picture of he and Jones in happier times.

“I'm not sure what exactly would make @jimjonescapo disrespect me publicly or any kind of way but if it's over money or Buisness i really don't think that's the most productive way to deal with things...but I'm always open for discussion as long as we speak as men... I would never be ignorant enough to get on some tuff sh--... That's what's killing our culture...

"I have nothing but love for you despite your disrespect...we are all kind of used to the way you react in the moment but it's just not positive or productive for the culture....let's lead by example...we can't be fighting each other it makes us all look dumb harlem does stick together we never fight each other... Please don't try to make a positive thing look negative....if you have a real issue we can talk about daughter is on this Instagram.... And I love your family my n---a... Let's hug it up.... We dont need to be fighting #harlemstickstogether,” he wrote.

It’s still unclear what made Jones start his anti-Dame Dash campaign, but hopefully these two can squash their differences and get back to making moves together.