Yung Joc Seemingly Airs Murder Accusation During Radio Morning Show: The Guy That You Shot & Killed Was My Brother

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Yung Joc Seemingly Airs Murder Accusation During Radio Morning Show: The Guy That You Shot & Killed Was My Brother

Did Yung Joc accidentally air a murder accusation on his morning radio show?

In addition to being a rapper and reality TV star, Yung Joc, born Jasiel Robinson, is the host of a Streetz 94.5 radio show. Earlier this week, while on-air, Yung Joc’s radio antics might have uncovered more than he was prepared to handle. The 41-year-old entertainer called a woman reportedly named Marie on a 3-way call with a man she previously ghosted. Initially, the man, who said his name is Don, remained muted while Joc asked Marie a few times to explain why she cut things off with him. Marie shared more than once that she didn’t want to talk about the situation on the radio. She added,

“I think it’s in his best interest that I don’t go into details.”

Eventually, Don spoke up and said,

“I want to know exactly what’s going on.”

That’s when the call took a left turn and Marie revealed that she cut Don off because he allegedly murdered her brother. She said,

“When we were at the kickback and you and your homeboys were in the kitchen talking ya’ll big boy gangsta talk – do you recall what ya’ll were talking about? Specifically, the situation that happened in July 2020?”

After Don asked Marie to “enlighten” him she continued,

“So, in July 2020 they were talking about that they robbed a guy and they shot and killed him. You don’t remember that, Don? Ya’ll where at the gas station.”

She added,

“Well, that was my brother that you were talking about. The guy that you shot and killed was my brother.”

Following her serious accusation, Don hung up the phone. Marie then continued her story and said,

“Oh, I’m positive [it was him.] They were talking about the gas station they were at and everything, how many times they shot him, and just laughing and joking about the situation.”

She added,

“And the whole time I’m putting pieces together like, ‘hold on, they talking about my brother.’ And we haven’t even found the people that killed him. So, now I know that it was [him] … this is why I didn’t want to talk about it on the radio.”

It’s unclear if the phone call was real or fake. However, Joc did share the video from the call to his Instagram page and asked,

“Wow!!!!! What [were] we supposed to do?”

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Authored by: Twila-Amoure McDaniel