Cam'ron and Jim Jones Drop "Victory Freestyle," a Jay Z Diss

The Dipset reunion continues.

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With Funkmaster Flex's most recent rant opening the song, the newly reunited Diplomats rap over the legendary "Victory" instrumental. Highlighted by the thinly veiled disses at Jay Z scattered throughout, Cam'ron and Jim Jones take the reigns here, flipping Notorious B.I.G.'s lines and sending out threats that piggyback off of the scathing comments from last night. It seems like the digital space is where the animosity is stemming from, at least as far as Cam is concerned. Earlier today he was trolled by a website claiming his mother was disappointed in him, and went to Instagram to let speak his mind:



Lolol it's sad.. That dat such a hater..lolol @djfunkflex got in ya ass..nh..lastnite.. And u soooo bitter.. So now u got blogs tryna find anything..huh..lolol😩😩 that ain't my mother nigga..and my real mom @virgie_og ..said u can suck her dick too.. And The Rap Insider.. Glad people see y'all aren't creditable either..thx #RushTheThrone

A photo posted by @mr_camron on Jan 16, 2015 at 12:25pm PST

It wouldn't be a Dipset reunion without a few victims on the kufi list, but it still seems kind of short sighted that we are revisiting old wounds with Cam and Jay. Hopefully the Harlem based group can get back to making the powerful music we all love, and stay away from unnecessary beef. Listen to "Victory Freestyle" below.




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