Over the weekend, JoJo Simmons became the topic of conversation for all the wrong reasons when an image of him getting yoked up by Skull Gang member Hynief made it onto the Internets. Now, Hynief is explaining his side of story. Earlier this week, Simmons commented on the incident on video, forgoing any talk of retaliation to say, “All I been around is money all my life. I aint’ been around that thug or that gun sh-t all my life, that’s not what I do. What I do is I count money, and I f-ck b-tches, and I travel the world, and that’s what I do. I’m not on that violent sh-t.” True indeed.
We’ll keep the gist of this tomfoolery to a limit by giving you a quick run down of Hynief’s commentary.
Yes, he is down with Skull Gang but he is also “doing his own thing,” which is a mixtape called No Favors, coming soon.
As he stated on Instagram, Hynief gives no f-cks who JoJo’s daddy or uncle and also doesn’t care about getting blackballed by the music industry.
Juelz didn’t sanction JoJo getting run up on, Hynief says he just reacted.
Hynief says he didn’t punch JoJo, but he did “rough the lil ni–a up a little bit.”
He does not consider himself Juelz Santana‘s “goon.” Juelz is his “brother.”
Apparently, Hynief called Juelz while simultaneously having JoJo in a headlock.
Hynief and the dudes with him in the video (the Money Island Mafia), who look like they are about that life, give no f-cks about what the Crips were saying in JoJo’s video.
Also worth noting, we still don’t know who JoJo was calling.
We got a feeling JoJo Simmons doesn’t have a publicist, or at least doesn’t listen to him or her. Reverend Run’s oldest son recently got hemmed up by some Juelz Santana affiliated goons in Queens. Now, JoJo has commented on the incident, sort of. While bigging up his boy upcoming music video, JoJo was asked to address ths incident in Queens. Over the weekend, after previously dropping a Juelz Santana diss called “Holy Water” earlier in the year, one of the Harlem rapper’s Skull Gang members, Hynief, ran up on Diggy‘s brother, put the paws on him and decided to take a photo of the incident. “Guess who I caught y’all Lil punk A$$ Jo Jo that made the diss track look at his face when he ace! #facts shouldn’t pop sh-t if u not bout that life real ni–as don’t care who u related too f-ck ni–a,” read the caption of the flick on Instagram.
To his credit, Simmons didn’t fall into the trap of talking big ish now that he was surrounded by his own set of goons, a couple of who even claim to be a Crips. However, Simmons commentary wasn’t exactly “humbling” and surely the Rev would not approve of such rhetoric. “All I been around is money all my life. I aint’ been around that thug or that gun sh-t all my life, that’s not what I do,” explained JoJo What I do is I count money, and I f-ck b-tches, and I travel the world, and that’s what I do. I’m not on that violent sh-t.”
Have you ever wondered how to properly throw up a gang sign or point one out? West Coast rapper, Game, gives you a comprehensive look on exactly how to gang bang in this video. Jayceon Taylor chopped it up with UberUrban and shows his handy work. This video helps you out if you want to spot a wannabe thug or correctly point out actual gangstas from tossing the menacing gestures. Bloods, Crips and each division of the gangs and their signs are explained in this viral video. ”I’m from Compton, really thugging. I done got shot throwing up gang signs. I got two dead brothers, that ain’t funny. RIP to my brother Charles and my brother Jovann who died recklessly. Got murdered, murder is still unsolved. That’s why gangbangin’ ain’t funny,” says the Jesus Piece rapper. ”So sometimes when you are throwing up your P or throwing up your B, you look like you are a bad man to me, or to a real gangster. You might want to watch it cause it gets kind of serious.” A proper disclaimer is aired at the beginning of this video not to try this outside of your home. However, something tells us this is going to come back to bite somebody in the butt very soon. Check out the full video down below.