Jozi Bod Mon has got himself into a bit of a scuffle. Over the weekend, Pro Era took their talents to Australia for the Fall Music Festival. Allegedly, Joey Bada$$ struck a security guard in the face after being asked to verify his celebrity status; I suppose he felt disrespected. The assaulted security was taken to the hospital after suffering a broken nose & wounds to his face.
He was allowed to complete his set, but at the close of the show, Bada$$ was taken into custody & given a court date of March 19th.
I’m sure this incident has thrown a bit of a monkey wrench into his touring, but nevertheless, expect his highly anticipated debut album B4.DA.$$ to hit shelves this month, January 20th. Pre-order here
Last night, Scotty ATL celebrated his recent partnership with rap artist B.o.B’s new recording label; No Genre. Held at The Department Store, one of East Atlanta’s favorite dives, this event introduced Scotty ATL as the newest member of the No Genre label and gave guests an impromptu concert performing songs from the latest No Genre mixtape. B.o.B shared the stage with Scotty to perform their tracks on the mixtape, with “I Ont Really” stealing the show. “I’ve always had respect for B.o.B coming up in the rap industry, and respected his moves. I’m looking forward to seeing what this move unfolds for both of us,” Scotty ATL states.
In this day & age, social media has made it possible for fans to interact with their favorite music artists. At the end of the day, it’s still up to the artist to decide if they want to respond to any comments and/or messages sent their way. Rapper, Game, put in his 2 cents after a fan on Instagram made a comment about squashing his beef with 50 Cent. He could have very well left it alone but this is what he had to say:
We’d sell out every fuckin venue in the world & shut everything in hip hop down. But we sworn enemies so it ain’t gone happen. #SomeShitJustIsWhatItIsBlood