Just two days after Lil B took the stage at the Bay Area iteration of the Rolling Loud festival to tell fans that he had been jumped backstage by A Boogie and his crew, it seems like the two rappers have settled their differences.
On Monday, A Boogie responded to Lil B's tweet and wrote, "s.o the west coast for the communication. Not too many people got it in them to forgive that easy, as a man I gotta respect that."
During his speech to the crowd on Saturday, Lil B said that he had already forgiven those involved in the incident. "I'mma tell y'all like this, it's all love," he said."I don't promote violence, I'm never with the violence. So I love them and it's all good."
Following the incident, Rolling Loud removed PnB Rock from the lineup and replaced him with Kreayshawn due to "security concerns."
Representatives for Lil B, A Boogie, PnB Rock, and Rolling Loud were not immediately available for comment.
s.o the west coast for the communication. Not too many people got it in them to forgive that easy, as a man I gotta respect that 💯 https://t.co/xOYaNskqwf— ABOOGIEWITDAHOODIE (@ArtistHBTL) October 23, 2017