A Boogie and Lil B have decided to let bygones be bygones and get to the shmoney. The truce comes less than 24 hours after High Bridge caught Lil B lackin at the 2017 Rolling Loud Festival in the Bay Area.
Lil B announced the truce when taking to his Twitter account.
He wrote, “Had to make some unity moves westcoast and Eastcoast unity had a phone call with @ArtistHBTL it’s no problems shouts out to kilo!”
A Boogie confirmed the truce when taking to his respective Twitter account.
He wrote, “s.o the west coast for the communication. Not too many people got it in them to forgive that easy, as a man I gotta respect that.”
Lil B held no hard feelings toward A Boogie even after the assault. He offered his account of the assault on his Twitter account Sunday:
“A boogie with a hoodie and his crew jumped me don’t know how many of em it was but it’s all good I love y’all and I forgive y’all LOVE – Lil B
Use me as an example I was violently jumped by a boogie Hella his people I was 1 deep no security its good I forgive them love y’all – Lil B
Just because someone hurts you does not mean you need to retaliate! I love the people who jumped me I mean that stay positive nsafe – Lil B
Violence is wack! And the answer Love y’all I mean that! And I’m don to shake hands with folks that jumped me I got honor – Lil B”
The reasoning behind the incident is due to a tweet Lil B wrote, saying A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie sound like Dej Loaf.
Lil B wrote in late September, “I feel like I rep New York Hip Hop harder then some of the artist from New York! These New York artist sound like future n dej loaf.”