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After ending up in the news for being arrested twice in three days, last week, Jim Jones is back making moves in the free world. On a recent trip to Philly, the Vampire Life rapper chopped it up with radio host, Q Deezy and talked about how his engagement is going, Chrissy pregnancy rumors, his recent arrests and a possible new reality show on the horizon.

Jim, who recently proposed to his long-time girlfriend and Love & Hip Hop co-star, Chrissy Lampkin, said, after some prodding, that his engagement is going well so far. “It’s going good. It’s lovey life. I can’t complain. My family is happy. My son is happy, you know,” said a visibly toasted Jim. When asked if children were in the couple’s future, the Harlem rapper denied rumors that Chrissy is preggers. “Not as yet. Soon. I know there have been a lot of rumors. But that is just what they are, rumors,” the Dipset rapper clarified.

Jimmy was somewhat nonchalant when discussing his recent arrests saying, “I’ve had a interesting, fun-filled week. I know I been on the news, I know y’all seen. We’ll get through the couple of legal battles…I apologize to the people who came out to see me perform. Life is a gamble!”

On the music tip, Jones plugged the upcoming single “60 Racks In My Pocket,” new mixtape Feast: The Last Supper and even hinted at a new reality show spin-off of Love & Hip-Hop, possibly featuring Chrissy and himself. “Check us out, though. We aint leaving the screen, baby,” he added.

Peep the entire interview below.




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