Freekey Zekey is making it very clear that 50 Cent is not a friend of his or Jim Jones.

Jones stopped by Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club on Thursday (Oct. 10), and his fellow Dipset member Freekey Zekey was in the building as well. During the conversation, host DJ Envy asked Jones about his relationship with 50—as the pair have been trading jabs online for some time now—and Jones kept it relatively calm. According to Zeke, however, there was more said that was edited out of the interview.

"They cut my line about punching 50 in the face," Zeke wrote in a comment under The Breakfast Club's Instagram post that included a video of Jones answering their 50 Cent question. It is unclear whether he meant that he intends to punch the G-Unit rapper or that he had done so in the past.

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Jones' initial answer implied that he wanted to say more, but he appeared to hold himself back.

"I wish I could be in a position to really say what I wanna say, but unfortunately my life has been hectic in this past month," Jones had said, likely referring to his name being mentioned in court during 6ix9ine's testimony. "But where I'm from, I do know people that we call real niggas or standup men, we don't try to tarnish other people's name by doing bullshit antics. There's consequences and repercussions for certain things like that—from where I'm from. So, I'll leave it at that. But for the most part, everybody know my life is real. I been doing this for way too long for anybody to play with me and shit like that. But you know, some people think life is a game so we leave it like that."

He also added a shout out to his longtime friend and former Byrd Gang artist Jamel "Mel Murda" Jones, who is currently behind bars as part of the same RICO case that 6ix9ine was involved in.

"But I do want to say I miss my brother Mel Murda," Jones said. "Shouts to Mel Murda, man. Keep your head up, man. I love you to death."

You can watch Jim Jones' full interview with The Breakfast Club below. The 50 Cent conversation happens around the 17 minute mark.

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