Lil B and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
10.22.2017

Lil B Claims A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Jumped Him at Rolling Loud

Lil B says that A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie “jumped” him at the Rolling Loud Music Festival on Saturday (Oct. 21). PnB Rock has also allegedly been implicated in the incident, which took place at the Shoreline Festival Grounds in Mountain View, Calif.

Instead of performing his scheduled set, The Based God took to the stage to explain the circumstances behind his cancellation. “A Boogie and his whole crew just jumped be in the back,” he said. “They beat me up in the back. That shit crazy. It’s all love. I don’t promote violence…So, I love them and it’s all good. I said something about Boogie music, and they all got mad, and they jumped me about that, so it’s all good. I’m still here.” He added: “They stole my shit and everything, so I can’t even do my show.”

Vowing not to retaliate, Lil B confirmed that new material was on the way and that he would receive medical attention. “New Lil B music soon,” he said. “About to hit this doctor, make sure I’m good. These ni**as fucked me up.”

Videos of the altercation show that B was, indeed, attacked by multiple men at the event. The group of individuals stomped on B, while the rapper was on the floor. Once they let up, he stood up, and the group dispersed. PnB Rock is seen in videos, but he was not named by Lil B and the full extent of his involvement is unclear. Yesterday, A Boogie shared a photo of himself and PnB onstage together. His Instagram caption reads: “Oh that’s my dawg.”

Taking to Twitter, Lil B reiterated his message and announced forgiveness for all those involved. “A boogie with a hoodie and his crew jumped me don’t no how many of em it was but it’s all good I love y’all and I forgive y’all LOVE,” he added. “Use me as an example I was violently jumped by a boogie Hella his people I was 1 deep no security its good I forgive them love y’all. Just because someone hurts you does not mean you need to retaliate! I love the people who jumped me I mean that stay positive nsafe. Violence is wack!And never the answer Love y’all I mean that! And I’m down to shake hands with the folks that jumped me I got honor.”

Many, including Royce 5’9″, who asked people to “quit beating up Lil B,” voiced concerns for Based God after the news surfaced online. Travis Scott took to the stage to announce his support: “Protect Lil B at all costs, motherfucker!”

Yesterday, A Boogie also released “Day 1,” a new song about loyalty. “They don’t want to see me winning,” he raps. “They so fake and so jealous.” The song follows his debut album, The Bigger Artist, which opened at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.