During Drake's presentation at the Apollo in Harlem, Jim Jones spoke with New York City Mayor Eric Adams.
"Gymnasium Jim" posted a photo of himself talking with Harlem's mayor for the first time on Monday (Jan. 23).
Adams is open to the Harlemite's request and then invites the entertainer to drop his number next week to "connect." The fashion-forward entertainer, named Joseph Guillermo Jones II, captioned the video saying he's excited to meet a mayor "who looks like me in a position of power."
Eric Adams got a phone call from a friend saying he wanted to go see me last night, and he wanted to meet me at my dressing,” the emcee of "We Set The Trends" said. "It's a lot of fun," she said.
“It's my first time meeting any NY mayor, and he's a black mayor, which I'm a huge fan of.”
Jones, 46, declared his desire to see Harlem prosper while continuing his position on Dipset.
“I’m not [the] most politically correct by; I know politics as usual. I chose to think of my community Harlem; there are so many things we need here in our city of Harlem, NYC, and who else is better to express them.”
Drake brought Capo and his Diplomat brethren, Cam'ron and Juelz Santana, to pay tribute to the influential Harlem rap group and profess his love for the influential rap group on Saturday, wearing Cam's famous pink mink.