By Ahsinet Monee
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
People have come to expect a good laugh whenever Yung Joc posts on social media. Five years ago, Joc joined the “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” cast and immediately became the funniest man in the franchise. Still, he managed to lose to Stevie J at the comedy show.
Yung Joc emerged, in the mid-2000s, as a popular rapper. Back then, he was signed with Block Enterprises, which had a joint venture with the iconic Bad Boy Records. Joc released albums in 2006 and 2007, with Bad Boy, doing an album with Jive with his group.
From 2006-2008, Yung Joc was counted on to come with a summer hit, showing his sense of humor in “Lookin’ Boy,” his final hit. Six years later, he resurfaced on TV, reinventing himself. Tonight, Yung Joc shared sad news, revealing his aunt and uncle, both of whom he has shared on his IG, have died within a week of each other.
See Yung Joc’s IG post below:
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