Jim Jones' Mom Insists She's Not a 'Nasty Mother' Despite Teaching Him How to Tongue Kiss

Nancy Bradley Jones, known as Mama Jones, is forced to defend herself after the 'We Set The Trends' rapper reveals that he learned how to kiss from her.

AceShowbiz - Jim Jones' mother has set the record straight. After her son claimed that she taught him how to tongue kiss, Nancy Bradley Jones offered a clarification and insisted that she's not a "nasty mother."

The 62-year-old, known as Mama Jones, addressed the online debacle when hopping on Instagram Live with @djdiorcartel on Thursday, January 6. "The comment is crazy. Everybody needs to understand that they've taken it wrong. I'm not a nasty mother," she first pointed out.

"I was teaching my son how to survive and actually be able to deal with a woman," she elaborated. "And, for your information... It was a way of showing you how to tongue. He licked out his tongue, I did that with my tongue.. it wasn't mouth to mouth."

"My son growing up, and me as a young mother showed her son how to do with life," Mama Jones went on stressing. "I taught my son how to treat a Woman he was Interested in and about sex."

This arrived after Jim divulged on Angela Yee's "Lip Service" podcast that he learned anyhting about sex from his mom. "I learned my sex education from my mother. She told me everything about sex," he confessed. "My first condoms, everything like that. My moms taught me how to kiss when I was younger... It wasn't no instructions, she showed me with her mouth."

The revelation stunned Angela, prompting Jim to further share, "It's my mother... She showed me how to tongue kiss when I was younger, my mom was 17... she was a baby." He added, "Look at all the babies that's having babies now and look how they act with their babies, it's like they have a little sister or brother more than they have a child."

The "We Set The Trends" rapper's revelation drew mixed reactions from online users. Hours later, he claimed that his comments on the podcast were just a joke. "For the record, I love my mama more than anything in the world. And for the record, it was a joke," he said. "You people take things way too far… That's weak what y'all trying to project."

In the caption, Jim penned, "Knock it off enjoy [the] laugh stop takin life so serious. [The] media loves to take something so simple and tune into a head line smh lol." He continued, "My child hood was better than urs and I was raised to b a respectful young man by nothin but queens. But carry on don't forget to stream. We set th trends Thnku for all th support."

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