Lil B was the biggest news item of the weekend, with the West Coast rapper getting jumped by a crew that ran with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. But the two rappers apparently had a phone conversation to resolve their differences.
On Monday morning (Oct. 23), Lil B and A Boogie tweeted that they hopped on the phone to hash out their issues.
"Had to make some unity moves westcoast and Eastcoast unity," BasedGod tweeted. "Had a phone call with @ArtistHBTL it's no problems shouts out to kilo!"
Had to make some unity moves westcoast and Eastcoast unity had a phone call with @ArtistHBTL it’s no problems shouts out to kilo! - Lil B— Lil B THE BASEDGOD (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) October 23, 2017
shouts out to a boogie kilo Kurt/ Lil kilo Thizz entertainment don of Bay Area put us on phone together east coast west we united - Lil B— Lil B THE BASEDGOD (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) October 23, 2017
Hours later, A Boogie confirmed the conversation. "Not too many people got it in them to forgive that easy, as I man I gotta respect that," the Bronx lyricist said.
Over the weekend, Lil B was scheduled to perform at the Rolling Loud Festival in Mountain View, Calif. after A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. But while he waited backstage, alleged members of A Boogie's crew jumped him - an apparent response to tweets that he had wrote in September that jokingly criticized A Boogie, his song "Drowning," and the sound of his music.
Lil B spoke to the crowd and to REVOLT TV's Shaheem Reid, saying that he still had love for A Boogie - and even was open to them doing a song together. Lil B is one of the most beloved figures in hip-hop because of his focus on positivity, and artists like Travis Scott and Schoolboy Q used their time on the Rolling Loud stage to show their support for him.
Rolling Loud is re-airing at Revolt.tv now. Visit REVOLT.TV/RollingLoud to rewatch the reairing, which includes performances by Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, ScHoolboy Q, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Kodak Black and more.