Yung Joc Denies Involvement In Studio Robbery, Says He Lost $70,000 In Equipment
The Atlanta, Georgia rapper says that he lost hard drives with unreleased music featuring Jazmine Sullivan, Pitbull and Lil Wayne.
Last weekend, Yung Joc's studio in Atlanta, Georgia was raided, costing him $70,000 in equipment. During an interview with WSB TV, he said that he lost unreleased music with Lil Wayne, Pitbull and Jazmine Sullivan and is offering a $2,500 reward for the return of his hard drives.
During the chat, Joc said that his brother and his brother's girlfriend were outside of the studio when the gunmen forced them inside, tied them up and stole everything inside, including speakers, TVs and recording equipment. Joc addressed speculation that this was an inside job to recoup money from insurance, but he says he wasn't insured.
"I’ve been seeing stories where people say this is about insurance fraud. The truth is, I did not have insurance. I was in the process of deciding who I wanted an insurance policy with,” said Joc.