Jha Jha was associated with Dipset and Byrd Gang back in the day.
In an interview Flip The Script, she explained that she left those cliques because she didn't like how Byrd Gang boss Jim Jones treated her and his artist Stack Bundles.
According to Jha Jha, Jones never paid for her contribution to their music. She added that Max B and Stack were only getting $150 dollars a show from Jim.
Stack was shot and killed on June 11, 2007 in his hometown of Far Rockaway, Queens.
Jha Jha claims Stack reached out to Jones for help getting out of his hood shortly before his death, but Jones turned him down.
"Right, 100 percent," she said when asked that if Jones had provided the help Stack might still be alive.
She also said that Stack was a proud man who would never ask for help if he didn't really need it and he wasn't asking Jones for much.
"The money he was asking for wasn't no huge amount of money. I just feel like if you have artists that help make you millions of dollars ... You got the biggest record "Ballin' [We Fly High]", Stack is responsible for the record," she explained
Max B is credited with writing 'We Fly High', but there have long been rumors Stack wrote the verses.
Check out her words below: