In a new interview, Santana talked about having a close-knit bond with both Killa Cam and Jimmy.
“Cam, I ain’t gonna front, every time Cam has a big show, he reaches out to me. I’m gonna come and shut it down and he knows I’m gonna come – it’s still that love from me, I’m coming. If Jim calls me and asks me to do something, it’s kinda still like, I’m gonna come and I’m gonna do it. I got a mutual respect for both of them. It’s like an older brother thing. No matter what they’re going through, they know, I don’t pick a side. We at that age now where they can’t really put me in the middle of it. If I’m with Jim right now, I can leave Jim and go see Cam. … I think Cam expected me, back in the day, to be more with him if something happened and Jim expected the same thing.” (Complex Facebook)
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Last month, Jim talked about wanting to reunite with Killa Cam for a new Diplomat album.
“I would love to do a Diplomat album above all the bullsh*t. That’s just me thinking about what I would like to happen. A lot of fans want that. Let’s just hope by the grace of God we can get it done before our time of being still cool is over.” (Whoolywood Shuffle)
A week prior, Cam singled out Jones about not growing up in Harlem during an interview and sparked a subliminal response.
Recently, West Coast rapper Game referenced Jim and Cam’s distanced relationship on his “What Your Life Like” song.