It started with “$14,000 to take a picture?” and Jim Jones happily agreed. Jones, nor Juelz Santana were completely aware of what Supreme was. They came to understand it was a clothing brand, but at the time that was all they knew. They didn’t know the impact or the message that Supreme carried with its name. Now, it’s much different. “I respect Supreme for what they’re doing. I continue to congratulate them on their success and you know, we here. Maybe we do a 10th anniversary picture all over again. That would be dope.” Jim Jones said in 2016. Adding that there wasn’t much of an experience; it was just a photoshoot that put a nice bit of money in his pocket. But, another Supreme x Dipset? Don’t get our hopes up like that.
Condition: 8.5/10, light stain on neck.