Jim Jones has turned into a dancing machine when he was asked about 6ix9ine‘s recent gym attack.
During a brief interview with TMZ on Sunday (March 26), the Dipset rapper pulled out his best Milly Rock dance when he began to answer questions regarding one of his biggest music rivals.
“I don’t know, maybe it was the wrong type of gym,” he said of 6ix9ine’s bloody beatdown while hitting the Milly Rock in front of the camera. “I be working out everyday.”
Jim Jones then revealed he has a CrossFit gym that he’s opened up that’s still undergoing a few changes, before issuing a stern warning for anyone looking to cause trouble at his establishment.
“Well, my gym has already been running,” he said. “It’s a CrossFit gym, you dig? But I have not yet activated it as a whole gym itself. But, yes, Elevation CrossFit is up and running right now.
“I think you just want to come and work out [at my gym]. I don’t think that’s the type of smoke you’re looking for. Shoutout to Impact Zone. That’s my daily gym that I go and workout since we doing that.”
He continued: “I’m a grown man. I don’t spend my time doing none of that. I don’t really care about none of that. That holds no merit in my life, you heard? This whole thing played out for people on television and everything. Everybody got they own ideas, but I don’t give a [explosion sound].”
6ix9ine was hospitalized last week after being “savagely” beaten at an LA Fitness gym in Florida.
According to TMZ, the Brooklyn rapper (real name Daniel Hernandez) was attacked by a group of men inside a sauna at the establishment.
6ix9ine’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, said his client tried to fight off the attackers, but was outnumbered and badly beaten before he managed to flee. The rapper did not have security with him at the time.
Police and paramedics were called to the scene after gym staff heard the commotion, resulting in 6ix9ine being taken via ambulance to a local hospital.
Jim Jones is an avid gym rat who takes his workouts seriously, but his lack of empathy for 6ix9ine’s violent altercation and past snitching allegations should come as no surprise to anyone.
In 2021, 6ix9ine accused Capo of avoiding jail time for calling a hit out on him on a wiretap. Shortly after that, Jones addressed both the “Trollz” rapper and Wack 100 in a scathing response on Clubhouse.
“I’ve been doing this for 20 years, and I make a lot of money, fuck head ass old n-gga. I’m tired of all this shit,” he said. “I stand tall for everything I believe in, I always have. No matter what. I’ve been around this whole world. Fuck the country, n-gga, rocking my same colors. Can’t nobody tell me anything, n-gga.”
He continued: “You know how we move in New York City, n-gga. I put a whole coast on. I let a whole coast eat. I put this shit in the sky, n-gga. The same way Snoop [Dogg] put the shit in the sky, I put the shit in the sky, n-gga.”