On today’s episode of “Fame Whore, Please!” we have rapper and Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast member Yung Joc wearing a floor length blue dress direct from the Karlie Redd Cheap Thot Collection. Werq Miss Joc, WERRRRQQQ! I bet you weren’t meeting mutha fuckas in the trap wearing this shit back when you were a rapper, so what’s going on? Joc is chalking up this current cry for attention to “internet manipulation.” And there’s more.
First, get into his glamour.
Joc took to Instagram (via The Shade Room) to discuss why he decided to become your new favorite auntie.
Joc’s thirsty stunt queen scheme makes sense since he does have a bunch of reality shows to sell, and he’s got a bunch of kids to take care of, and a check is a check. Plus everyone is talking about him, which gives him the attention he so desperately craves. Joc posted another video on Instagram that was taken down, but luckily Rap-Up transcribed what was said. Joc basically knew there would be some backlash from his fashion choice and said that it’s just a dress.
“I knew the type of backlash that would come from this shit. But let me address one and two things real quick. For those of you so quick to call on the Illuminati and say I sold my soul, tell me how I sold my soul. I fucked around, some shit had to happen in the situation, I had to man up, put on a fucking dress. Guess what? It’s just a thread, some shit a man made. It’s a thread. It’s nothing. Now, if you give me a shield and a spear and put on a goddamn leather metal belt around my waist, then I might look like a motherfucking Roman, 300, Sparta. That’s not the case. All I’ma say is quit being so judgmental people, it’s threads.”
But about that dress. It’s a no from me, though it does make the sheen in his process pop. But other than that he looks like the slutty church member who decided to dress risque for the fish fry at Sister Myra’s house. Bottom line: Stop shopping with Karlie! She’ll have you out in these streets looking like a look for less Young Thug.