By Ricki Says
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Apparently, Yung Joc missed his calling, but he still has time. The world discovered who he was in 2006. A decade ago, Yung Joc took over the summer with “It’s Goin’ Down,” inventing “the motorcycle,” a dance that even Pat Riley did.
Yung Joc soon disappeared from the scene after 2008, following two years of decline. Until 2014, Yung Joc was forgotten by most, but returned as a “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” cast member. Joc has easily been the show’s best addition.
Stevie J is one of his friends on the show and he has him on his new VH1 series, “Leave It To Stevie.” On tonight’s episode, Stevie took his friends, including Joc, Lil’ Scrappy, and Ray J, to a hole-in-the-wall club, where no one wanted to loosen up. But, of course, Yung Joc changed all of this with his social media-owning performance.
Read the tweets about Yung Joc below:
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