Jim Jones Takes Shots at Mona Scott Young and Talks Fallout with Yandy Smith

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Many will credit Jim Jones and his fiancée Chrissy Lampkin for the rise of “Love and Hip Hop.” However, both left the show after the second season, and it’s all because they fell out with Yandy Smith and Mona Scott Young.

In a recent interview, Jim discusses both and he didn’t hold back.

In a recent interview with Shade 45’s The Streetz Is Watchin, Jim takes credit for the creation of “Love and Hip Hop” and admits he wished he would have been a lot more business savvy at the time.

He says:

“It started as a concept that Jim Jones made. That’s my whole template…it was no in between. It was nobody else’s idea. It was my idea, I just didn’t capitalize on my business at the time and I had operated too much as a hustler. Sometimes you don’t really understand what black and white really means until you see everything you help out with move forward and sometimes it’s too late.

“…My dignity is everything. That show wasn’t going in a direction that me and Chrissy was feeling so you know we rather go home and go to sleep than jump off a roof and sh*t like that. But you know, shout out to everybody who’s making some money over there. I hope you know why you’re making some money…it ain’t Mona. That’s not why you’re making money.”

He also took a quick shot at Mona too:

“She does her thing. She’s definitely an evil b*tch but that’s a whole other story. But shout out to everybody who’s making money over there. Don’t jump off too many buildings to get famous.”

On Yandy, he says:

“I took a stab at it…seeing a bright, young girl I thought could help me out. I really took a stab at it because she was working for Mona and they was running G-Unit at the time and she was very impressionable so I snatched her so I could use Mona’s Rolodex because she was Mona’s assistant and I could keep her close. And she’s a girl. I always like girls because in this game it’s easy to get my point across and having a girl with smarts and a fat a*s…it kind of worked. Look where she at now.

“I don’t make amends with people I make enemies with. It’s a wrap. That part of my life is over. We all have different chapters in our lives. A book is a book. You read it to the end.”

He also revealed he and Chrissy have a new show on the way and it should drop this summer on WEtv. Check out the interview below:

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles|urbanbellemag.com