A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Responds To Lil B's "East Coast, West Coast" Message

Over the weekend, A Boogie Wit Day Hoodie, PnB Rock, and their respective crews attacked Lil B the Based God en force backstage at the Rolling Loud festival in the Bay Area. 

Video footage of the attack has been circulating social media all weekend.

 

After the whole thing went down, Lil B got onstage to explain what had just happened backstage, saying he could no longer perform because his equipment had also been taken by their crews. 

Rolling Loud also canceled PnB Rock's set to prevent further squabbles, replacing him with Kreayshawn. 

Lil B took to social media to promote love and unity, saying he had already forgiven the rappers for jumping him and he still loved them. He also did an interview with Revolt TV where he explained why he wasn't mad. Check it out  below:

 

What's pretty amazing about the whole thing is that rappers from Drake and Travis Scott to T.I. and ScHoolboy Q came to the Based God's defense, with a recurring message of "protect Lil B at all costs."

A pretty epic response from the Hip Hop community. 

 
 
 

After A Boogie wit da Hoodie caught wind of Lil B's message of love and unity, the two apparently got on the phone to talk things out.

 
 
 

Looks like things are all good now!

A Boogie took to Twitter to say "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."

 

It's all love!

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