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Should Kanye West Respond To Jim Jones & Cam’ron?

Submitted by on September 17, 2010 – 9:37 am10 Comments

Everyone’s heard about Jim Jones and Cam’ron‘s latest diss towards Kanye West entitled “Toast.” What Kanye West has done to draw the ire of the Diplomats is up for question. What we do know is the shots sent in Kanye’s direction came out of virtually nowhere. So what should Mr. West do?

At this point, considering Kanye just dug himself out of the year-long ditch after the Taylor Swift fiasco at the VMAs a year ago, Kanye has got to be wondering why this is happening to him now. Not that it is going to change anyone’s perception of him, but to know that Killa Cam—who you produced some big records for—and his buddy Jim are coming for your neck has got to be annoying at best and nerve-racking at worst.

But should Kanye pay this diss any mind? The short answer is “No.” Honestly, there’s nothing Kanye can gain from saying anything about the song taking potshots at him, basically daring him to respond. Ignoring the situation will likely make it go away. All Jim and Cam want right now is attention and Kanye is the biggest target for getting your name out there. Satisfying their hunger would do Kanye no good. He may as well take a note from his “Big Brother” Jay-Z and pay it no mind. That’s what upsets instigators the most. When they’re trying their hardest to get your attention and you move like they don’t exist, it eventually makes them go away. All things considered, Jim Jones still lays into Jay-Z when the opportunity arises. But those disses have done nothing to damage Jay’s career and Kanye should follow the leader.

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