Baller Alert, Baller Alert, Baller Alert! Welcome back to another episode of The Baller Alert Show. Yung Joc joins Ferrari, Su Solo, BT and OCT to discuss his career, Love & Hip Hop, and YSL case.
Matt Barnes spits on his fiancé ex-husband during a heated altercation at a 49ers game.
“Somebody gonna whoop Matt Barnes’ ass,” said BT.
Su Solo asked Joc, who he thinks is the number one rapper out right now.
“Out of Atlanta, right now, I would definitely say Future,” said Joc. “Don’t get me wrong, 21 is doing his thing.”
Love Vs. Money
The cast asked Joc if his Love & His Hop counterparts were together for the love or the money.
Erica Mena and Safaree were the first to be discussed.
“Oh, it’s nothing now,” said Joc. “I think it may have been love, it may have been infatuation, or it may have been money.”
Joe Budden and Cyn Santana were next. Joc agreed that it may have been love.
“What about Spice and Justin Budd?” asked Su.
“I think it could have been love because they both had their own bag,” said Joc.
“Scrap and Bambi?” asked Su.
“Ohh, that’s love. That wasn’t for the money. I think sometimes it just gets hard with the kids,” said Scrap.
The cast began to discuss Joc’s image on Love and Hip Hop and whether he felt his role was misunderstood and portrayed negatively.
“It’s beyond portrayed. I will always tell anybody. Even just sitting in front of these cameras, the camera can’t use what you don’t give.”
“Do you get put n scenarios when y’all film Love & Hip Hop,” asked BT.
“Our common goal is to be entertaining and give the deliverables,” said Joc.
“Going back to the hype of your music career, who came up with the dance, “It’s going down?” asked Ferrari.
Joc explained that he would go to different high schools in Atlanta for prep rallies. While attending these prep rallies, he began pointing at the crowd, and his movements later turned into the actual dance after a group of teens performed it.
“It was like hearing the song for the first time,” said Joc.
“I don’t think people realize all the business that you have going on. People are always talking about how broke you are; where do you think all of that comes from?” asked OCT.
“A lot of the things that I have my hands in, I’m kind of at the top in this pool. When it comes to urban radio, I have one of the top shows that are syndicated,” said Joc.
“Do you think that Love & Hip Hop is dying out?” asked OCT
“I don’t want to use the term dying out. It just had a very good run,” said Joc.
Joc also discussed his relationship with his son.
“With him and I, it was a lot of different factors. ‘You’re not seeing what you’re doing. A lot of these different factors you’re causing,” said Joc.
Ferrari asked Joc his opinion on the Young Thugs case.
“We try to press this whole issue that we’re standing on certain morals and certain values. Here’s the thing, when you look at the situation that Thug is in. we think we prive to everything, but it’s stuff we don’t know. I don’t care how gangster you say you are. Only a few people going to say I’m standing on it,” said Joc.
Dear Baller Alert,
“My wife drunk texted me the wrong shit! My wife and I have been married for five years and have been together for 10! She loves going out, hanging with her girls brunching and I don’t.
I’ll go out on special occasions, but we are damn near 50 & I ain’t outside like I used to be. We’ve known each other since college. Real sweet woman, I love her, and I trust her. But last weekend, she was out with her girls. They were drinking, and the text she sent me was:
“Big Ron we can’t keep doing this, it feels so wrong, but it feels so right.”
Then, she unsent the text, but I already saw what she had sent. The next day she said she didn’t have her phone that her homegirl did, and that they were all drunk. The home girl even apologized.
I ain’t buying it. What do y’all think?”
Yung Joc shared that his first response wouldn’t be immediately getting rid of the relationship. “If the pros out weight the cons, it’s worth staying, but if the cons outweigh the pros, get the fuck on.”