A fan told him “you must have fell off,” in Atlanta
2020 is a year of surprises.
In another surprising incident this year, the American rapper Young Joc was spotted driving an Uber or similar vehicle for a ridesharing app in Atlanta.
He was noticed by fans who had booked the cab and immediately recognized him after getting into the cap. A video of this incident surfaced online on Sunday afternoon, 12th January that showed the star behind the wheels of a Nissan.
The clip showed passengers in the car inquiring the driver if they know him as he looked and sounded familiar to them. One of the passengers said that he sounds like somebody he knows when the other passenger chimed in asking if he is Young Joc? And requested him to turn around.
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TSR Staff: Thembi! @ThembiTV_ _____________________________________ #TSRExclusiveDetails: A video of #YungJoc driving for a ride share app similar to #Uber and #Lyft is circulating online and we have obtained unreleased clips of the full video. _____________________________________ In the video which took place on Thursday morning in Atlanta, you can hear the passengers telling the driver that he looked and sounded familiar, and that’s because the driver was #YungJoc. One of the passengers, J’Koni, goes on to ask #Joc why he’s driving for the app #pugorides, and proceeds to tell him that he “fell off”. _____________________________________ Joc responds by saying that it’s an easy way to get some easy money, adding that he gets to meet a lot of people from doing so too. _____________________________________ The passenger, J’Koni, exclusively tells us this about his “fell off” comment to Joc: “He actually didn’t react how I thought he would he just basically was telling me thats my problem if I feel he fell off for having multiple streams of income.” _____________________________________ We’re definitely here for any black man doing what he needs to do to continue making money. 🎥: @iamjkonired
And Joc ultimately put an end to passengers’’ suspicions and questions as he turned back, pulling back his hoodie and confirmed his identity. The rapper rocked the cab look with a light pink hoodie and track pants of Nike Air.
When the passenger commented that he “fell off”, the rapper did not respond to it. He, instead insisted that it was the passenger’s problem if he fell off for having multiple streams of income. Talking about his cab-driving activity, Joc said that he had been driving people around for about 30 to 40 days now.
Additionally, he admitted that it’s an easy way to get some easy money, and that he gets to meet a lot of people from doing so too.
People on the internet are divided on the topic. Some are supportive of the rapper’s actions while some feel that he is wasting his time and potential, but atrocious of them all are the ones taking jibes at his financial condition mocking that the young rapper probably is broke.