Big Sean, Travis Scott and More Show Support for Lil B


"A Boogie and his whole crew just jumped me in the back, man and beat me up in the back, man", Lil B saod. "That shit insane, man", the perpetually cheery MC told the crowd. "But I'mma tell y'all like this, it's all love, I don't promote violence, I'm never with the violence". "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". "I said something [about] Boogie's music and they all got mad and they jumped me about that". A video quickly went viral this past weekend, showing a number of men punching and kicking the rapper.

On Monday, A Boogie responded to Lil B's tweet and wrote, "s.o the west coast for the communication. Me, by myself. It's all love though".

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Travis Scott, who is now dating Kylie Jenner, ran to Lil B's defense after taking the stage on October 22 calling for his protection. On Sunday night (Oct. 22), headliner ScHoolboy Q used some of his time onstage to implore the audience, and fans in general, to protect Lil B. TDE's Schoolboy Q, Big Sean, Kaytranada, G-Eazy, Lumidee and even Drake showed support of the "I Own Swag" emcee following the incident as well.