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Yung Joc Explains Why He Took Job As Rideshare Driver

By Daryl Nelson
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Yung Joc was recently seen driving for a rideshare app and said it's nothing he's ashamed of.   

He repeated and elaborated on that to TMZ during a recent interview.

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#YungJoc Speaks On The Backlash He Received After Being Recorded Driving For Ride-Share Company

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"So I'm a part of this organization ... Big Brother, Big Sister and a lot of times when you're talking to these kids and the youth, you got to lead by example," Joc explained. "You have to show people you're not too big to do the right thing, making an honest living ... If anybody wants to do this, I think it's a dope idea."

Joc then said that he's received a lot of calls from his celebrity friends who told him there's nothing wrong with taking on a side job.

What do you think about Joc being a rideshare driver?

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They told me love n hip hop was paying them n*ggas a million per episode... looks like yung Joc must wanted to get some “residual income” he driving uber now.

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