Lil B had the sheer balls to suggest that either PnB Rock or A Boogie wit da Hoodie sounds like Dej Loaf, and so both of them, along with maybe 10 other people, put a shoe on him backstage at a LCD rap festival in the Bay Area.
Now many of the same people who ironically celebrated his guest lecture at NYU and the release of albums like I'm Gay are insisting that we protect Lil B at all costs, as if he were Eminem.
I don't remember the name of Dej Loaf's one song or anything about her other than that she was surprisingly kinda hot, and I think there may have been a video of her working the pole, but obviously PnB and A Boogie weren't about to take kindly to being compared to a female rapper. Even millennials have standards. LOL
Lil B, who never grew to be a fully grown adult man, probably due to drug use, didn't stand much of a chance against one guy, let alone 12. But he wasn't beat up so bad that he wasn't able to take the stage and explain that he'd been jumped by PnB Rock et alia.
Amusingly, Lil B said he wouldn't be able to perform because one of the guys who beat him up stole his laptops, and that was how he intended to perform, by playing songs on his laptop and rapping along to them. One thing he might consider is keeping copies of his songs on his phone, in case he gets his ass kicked again and someone steals his laptop.
Is Lil B's catalog on Spotify, or do you have to download it from the blog of some crypto-racist?
I'm pretty sure the state of technology is such that 5-0 can easily determine the location of his laptop. I mean, if it weren't easy enough to just locate PnB and A Boogie's weed carriers. Reporting the theft would constitute snitching, but arguably, Lil B was already snitching when he told the crowd he'd been jumped. I guess he had to have an excuse for why he couldn't perform. (He also said he was on the way to the hospital to make sure he was alright.)
There was also a lot of BS talk, both on stage and on Twitter, about how Lil B emphasizes positivity, and how, like MLK, he believes in turning the other cheek. With his addled mind, it must not have occurred to him that comparing someone's music to that of a female rapper would be viewed as an insult. Not that I think PnB and A Boogie were right for what they did. I'm just saying.
It was announced Sunday morning that PnB Rock wouldn't be performing at the festival, which went all weekend long, and that he'd be replaced by Kreayshawn, of all people. Fortunately, she was able to get the afternoon off from removing pizzas from the oven with a ginormous spatula at Domino's, or whatever she does these days.
If this incident were to lead to a resurgence in her career, it would be tragic but somehow appropriate.