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French Montana And Jim Jones Meet Up In Harlem After Turkey Drive

Their decade-long beef is officially over and the two want to be an example for the youth.

If it wasn’t clear before, it’s clear now: French Montana and Jim Jones’ beef is over and they’ve officially linked up in the streets of Harlem. 

Montana recently teamed up with members of the volunteer organization City Harvest to supply local residents in the area with over 500 turkeys. After finishing up the drive, he surprised fans by linking up with Jones to show that everything’s officially fine between them. 

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In the quick clip posted to Instagram, Montana pans the camera around to show Jones and an army of fans on a bridge. Its caption reads: “Who else u know can shut down the bridge in the city #145th @jimjonescapo.”

Montana and Jones’ linkup follows their collaboration on Montana’ s new CB5 project that marks their first song together following a beef that stretched over ten years.

The two artists ended their grievances with each other in April after having a conversation on Instagram Live. “If there’s anybody out there watching from the young n**gas, man, learn from this,” said Montana. “Don’t waste 15 years in the game when y’all could have been getting all kinds of bags together.”

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Jones added afterward: “There’s a lot of foolish beefs and foolish shootings and there’s a lot going on right now with everybody cooped up in the house.”

Check out Montana and Jones’ brief clip together up above.

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