Lil B at Rolling Loud: “A Boogie and his whole crew just jumped me in the back”

The rapper also cancelled his set due to stolen equipment

October 21, 2017

Earlier tonight, Lil B was forced to cancel his set at Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival in Mountain View, Calif. due to an alleged altercation backstage. When the rapper stepped on stage for his set, he told the crowd that he was jumped by "A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and his whole crew." Lil B also claimed that his attackers stole his equipment, making him unable to perform:


"Hey man, A Boogie and his whole crew just jumped me in the back, man and beat me up in the back, man. That shit crazy, man. But I'mma tell y'all like this, it's all love. I don't promote violence, I'm never with the violence. So I love them and it's all good, you feel me? It's all good. I said something about Boogie's music, and they all got mad and they jumped me about that so it's all good. I'm still here. I got jumped by like 10 motherfuckers... Me by myself. It's all love though, like I said it's all love. And I got love for everybody. So I just wanted to tell y'all because they stole my shit and everything so I can't even do my show 'cause they stole my shit. Hey, but I say it's all love though and I love them and I love y'all. This is just a testament to show just 'cause somebody do something to y'all don't mean you got to retaliate. It don't matter. God is good, I'm alive. We all alive! It's your boy, Lil B shout-outs to the Based God! Hey, new Lil B music soon man. I'm about to hit this doctor make sure I'm all good, man. These n****s fucked me up. Let's get it."

Other witnesses at the scene of the incident have accused PnB Rock of being involved in the attack as well. Video footage of the physical altercation has also reportedly surfaced online. Fans of Lil B have been expressing their outrage on Twitter and encouraging each other to "spread positivity."

Representatives for A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and PNB Rock were not immediately available for comment. We have also reached out to Lil B for a statement about the situation. This is a developing story that will be updated as more information is provided.

Thumbnail image via @lilbisgod/Instagram

Update 10/22/2017 11:00am EST: Lil B posted a response to the attack in a series of tweets.


Update 10/22/2017 11:05am EST: Another recorded video of the attack has been posted online.

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