It’s been well-documented in recent years that Cam’ron and his Dipset brethren Jim Jones have their issues with each other.

Meanwhile, Cam always seemed to be cool with Pusha T, seeing he was featured on The Clipse’s 2009 cut “Popular Demand.”

So, one might wonder where Cam’ron stands in the rap beef between Pusha and Jim. 

Capo has been going at Push ever since the Virginia Beach rhymer dissed him in a new Clipse song that surfaced earlier this month. 

On Wednesday, June 28, Cam weighed in on the beef in an Instagram message and said he’s riding with Jimmy no matter what. 

The Dipset leader followed that up by saying Jim is winning the battle so far.


“Push!!! Me and capo definitely don’t be on the same page all the time. But I don’t go against the family (Harlem) don’t use no old problems we had to try and win a battle,” he tweeted. “Get in dat booth. U nice but @jimjonescapo got u on the ropes and u aint Ropa-doping!! And I don’t care if y’all put me in y’all bars I quit. I do sports ????????”

Do you agree that Jim has Pusha T on the ropes?


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