[Watch] Floyd Mayweather Jr. Talk Trash to Jim Jones on the Basketball Court

[Watch] Floyd Mayweather Jr. Talk Trash to Jim Jones on the Basketball Court

Diplomatic Immunity won't save Capo from the champ's jab.

Published May 3rd

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is arguably the most notorious trash talker boxing has ever seen.

Jim Jones remains one of hip-hop's greasiest trash talkers — when need be — himself.

That being said, even the Dipset Capo treaded lightly and made sure to watch his mouth while playing a pick-up basketball game with the retired, undefeated boxing champion recently.

In the clip, which Jones posted on his Instagram account and TMZ Sports posted as well, you can clearly hear Money making a guarantee with a possible wager attached to beat Capo, while Jimmy says he wishes Vegas could hear those odds.

"Champ talk so dirty I was talkin my s***, but I was like if the champ swing on me for takin s*** I'm a b mad as s*** I'm a have to eat that 1 lol lol jokes had a good time nothin but fun," Jones posted on his IG.

Peep the footage below and what Jones had to say about the caliber of Mayweather's trash talk.

But being a Harlem hustler, Jones was savvy enough to realize that there's no Diplomatic Immunity from the champ's jab if the trash talking progressed. That's why the bigger Jones just introduced Floyd to his brand of bully ball, Rucker Park style, the rest of the game through.

"It wasn't lookin to good for the #champ at this point has to introduce him to #bullyball," Jones added, backing down Mayweather in the post.

We bet there's a lot of footage that we haven't seen from this game that was equally as entertaining.

Who won, though? And if money was on the line, how much?

This story could make for quite the rhymes in the near future, Jimmy!

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

(Photos from left: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images, Asadorian-Mejia/Splash)

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