Love and Hip Hop is one of the more successful reality franchises on television. With four versions in different cities like New York, Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami, L&HH has managed to turn regular acts into household names.
Not only that, but the reality franchise is known for resurrecting a few careers. Stevie J, Yung Joc, Ray J, and even K. Michelle are just a few celebrities that have had their careers revived due to the ratchet reality show. But while some have continued taken off, others are still stuck behind. Recently, fans spotted one of the stars driving for a ride-share app and it was all caught on video.
The aforementioned celebrities are a few fan-favorites. And though it has helped expand their brands and hustle, it hasn’t done the same for others. Or has it? When a certain star gets put on blast for working a not-so-glamorous job, the tables turn and the jokes are on his exposers.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard new music from Yung Joc. The Atlanta rapper is best known for his early 2000s hits, “It’s Goin Down” and “I Know U See It.” Joc made a helluva comeback after starring on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. With his fun personality, crazy hairstyles, and baby mama vs girlfriend drama, Joc soon became a fan-favorite.
Not only does Joc still star on Love & Hip Hop, but the rapper is quite the hustler, owning his own a hair salon and club promotions company. So when fans spotted him driving for a ride-share app, they were confused AF.
A video of Yung Joc driving for a ride-share app similar to Uber and Lyft is circulating online and fans are not here for it. A rider recorded a video of themselves and a friend riding in the backseat of a car via a ride-share app. While the friends are riding in the car, the person holding the phone claims that the male driver’s voice sounds familiar. “You sound like somebody I know,” the rider said repeatedly. The friend then asks, “Are you Yung Joc?”
Joc then takes off his hoodie and reveals himself. Shocked and surprised, the riders gasp then assume that the rapper “fell off” because he’s driving strangers around for money.