Earlier this week, rapper and Love & Hip-Hop star Yung Joc went viral after being noticed driving for a rideshare firm in Atlanta, however he’s not doing it for the cause it’s possible you’ll assume.
While sporting his Pull Up N Go hat and with a passenger in the backseat, Joc defined to TMZ that he’s been working with the Big Brothers, Big Sisters group for a number of years and lately selected to drive for the rideshare firm so as to “lead by example” for the youthful era.
“A lot of times when we talking to these kids you gotta lead by example,” he mentioned. “You have to show people you not too big.”
“You have to show them what humility is and you not too big to do the right thing by making an honest living. I think a lot of times that’s why our kids, and even adults, go astray because they’re too ashamed, too prideful to do something.”
The web instantly thought Joc had fallen on exhausting occasions when the driving video went viral.
But he tells TMZ the gig was initially one thing to test off his bucket record, and he has been shocked by the quantity of assist he’s acquired.
“The most phenomenal part of this whole experience of going viral is the amount of support…A lot of celebrities have reached out. People hitting my phone. Snoop said something like, ‘hustlers hustle.’ I just realized that maybe people are beginning to be a little more mature.”
He additionally made it clear that he’s positively not exhausting up for money. He’s a radio character in Atlanta, stars on Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, and simply opened up one other membership.
Joc didn’t state how lengthy he’d be driving for Pull Up N Go, so when you’re in the Atlanta space, catch a journey earlier than it’s too late.