The most popular "get your headlines up" scheme in hip hop this year has been to trash talk Jay-Z. The Game made it his mission in the past few weeks to take constant jabs at Jay, who, from the looks of his non-responses could hardly be bothered with the Compton rapper. Now, the king of ad-libs, Jim Jones, is taking his turn throwing words at the Roc Nation CEO and his upcoming 'Blueprint 3' album.

After the official Thursday release of Hov's new 'Run This Town' video, Jones took to his Twitter account to accuse Jay-Z of sweating his style. "Everytim I c ths n---- videos he looks mor n mor like me," he wrote. "Is he tryin to Jack my splash or should I b flattered lol Thts my thng I stay fly." Funny, we didn't notice the "marijuana eyes" or the same old two step in the video.

Jones took his first jab at Jay's new material during a June interview on BET's 106 & Park, when he slammed the single, 'D.O.A' for hating on younger artists. "We're getting money off of auto-tune, it's just sounding like somebody's trying to knock a hustle and I don't think that's a little bit gangster if you ask me," Jones said. "We getting money. He's knocking the hustle, ya dig? If these young men are making money off of auto tune why would you try to stop that, when you got all the money already?"

While it's doubtful that Jay, who actually taught us that you 'Can't Knock the Hustle,' will bother responding to Jones' latest attack, he might consider penning part two of 'Jockin' Jay-Z.'