It’s going down for Yung Joc at the court house. While many rappers voice their ills over social media, the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star took his troubles to television on The Judge Faith Jenkins Show.
On the show, the Atlanta rhymer sues his former booking manager, Polo Hammond, for $6,000 with the accusation that Hammond withheld a performance fee. He’s also suing for defamation of character.
“I’mma keep it all the way 100,” said Joc in the promotional clip for the show. “I had to come here today in front of the honorable Judge Faith Jenkins because my supposed-to-be manager back here done took this money, but I came here today to get it back.”
But that’s not all. Hammond is also countersuing Yung Joc for $1,000 with the accusation that Joc failed to pay after losing a game of Spades.
But Joc is certain that he’ll win the case — he even attempts to sweet talk the judge. “Had this not happened, then I wouldn’t be suing my longtime friend and if I wasn’t suing my longtime friend, I wouldn’t be standing here in front of your beautiful face today,” he said to Judge Faith.
Check out the clips from the show above and below. Do you think Yung Joc will win? Let us know what you think in the comments below.