Yung Joc Debuts New Hair ‘Do

Published: Friday 26th Aug 2016 by Sam

It’s been 10 years since Yung Joc released ‘It’s Goin’ Down’ and a decade on he’s a trending topic once again. But this time not for his music. No. It’s his hair that has everyone talking.

Find out why below…

The ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’ star’s edgy new do has been heating up social media.

Check out it and let us know what you think…

Feeling #YungJoc’s new hair do? #lhhatl

A photo posted by That Grape Juice (@thatgrapejuice) on

The rapper has hit back with a response to the social media slander he’s been receiving:

Your thoughts?

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  1. Deep August 26, 2016

    Hey auntie jockeshia

    • Credits August 26, 2016

      “Jockeshia” lol I read that name with a Jamaican accent

    • ? August 26, 2016

      He meeds to debut a new face

      • ? August 26, 2016


  2. Casual-T August 26, 2016

    That ain’t him. That’s his grandfather in 1965.

    • Chile Please!!! August 26, 2016

      Booooo….that was corny! I’m sorry LMFAO!

  3. Who gonna check me boo?? August 26, 2016

    Yo it’s way too early in the weekend for this.????? I’m unable to can

  4. Suicide Blonde August 26, 2016


  5. #JACKIE August 26, 2016


  6. Mother August 26, 2016

    OMG I wasn’t ready for that ?

  7. Chile Please!!! August 26, 2016

    I’m so mad at him for his country a** fried mess of a hair doo!! He looks like somebody gay auntie from Alabama. JESUS FIX IT PLEASE!!!

  8. Fancy BISH August 26, 2016

    My favorite from twitter…
    young joc out here looking like he works in student accounts at an HBCU. ???? — Brian Patrick Davis! (@blacksocialite)

  9. Stephy August 26, 2016

    He looks like somebody’s auntie! Oooh, Uh uh!

  10. FC/JC August 26, 2016

    Who told him this was cute? And its not because hes not white, or not “gay” its just a weird cut paired on a completely different persona… It doesnt go well and is just ugly

  11. Metzo August 26, 2016

    Bruh. *collapses*

  12. SoFresh August 26, 2016

    Somebody said he look like somebody stud auntie

  13. kwinzy August 26, 2016

    Sister Esther from Sandford & Son realness.

    “I been waitin’ fo’ you at da do’ vibes.

    Dej Loaf’s mom’s twin sister teas, chile! I could go on & on…What a KII!!

    • BEY>RIH August 26, 2016


  14. kwinzy August 26, 2016

    This “try my new ghost pepper shrimp, LOUISIANNAAA FASSSST” looking fool. He really tried it. What gets me is the “part” at the side. Buhahaha!!

    • BEY>RIH August 26, 2016

      Ahhh!!!! ??

  15. Danzou August 26, 2016

    chris brown already did this. so did prince. so did micheal. cue homophobia in 5 4 3 2….

  16. Ayyseify August 26, 2016

    Firstly I do my lips, lashes, brows can’t forget about my edges. Heel or the flats or the muthaf*kin wedges. #inthatorder

  17. Lake Erie August 26, 2016

    I just think it doesn’t fit his face at all… Like its not him… Chris Brown rocked this cut though. With the clothes and everything. Jock does look like a cool ass auntie with the quick weave though lol..

    • Fancy BISH August 26, 2016

      Not that quick weave chile lol…yaaaas!

  18. Sisqo slays our favs August 26, 2016

    The photos are prejudice.Why attach his face to black women photos?

    The hairstyle looks awful. He doesn’t have the face to pull this off.Leave it for the pretty boys.

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  20. Nice Nowd Reddish tran ivy blobukz Need UK timely Ukuno eremixi August 27, 2016

    Lol the comments on here had me Lmbo

  21. Bitchpleaseeee August 27, 2016

    Perm??? Girl ✋?

  22. Torrance August 27, 2016

    On the phone with Joc: What about the Bangs? And you went with the Blow Out….. You must be apart of the Rock Soul Movement!!! You took the Fantasia Pic’s to the Salon right??? You gon be Pimpin or…..

  23. room319 August 27, 2016

    As another black male who has always had a sense of style and individuality… I don’t believe the problem is execution but timing.

    If every R&B/Rap star had started their career as Bowie/Prince/Little Richard etc, it would be a completely different conversation. Joc, the ever-so-irrelevant August Alsina, Miguel and many others were not considered innovative and “straight-forward” upon arrival. Now it comes across as contrived and predictable.

    Stick to what you know.

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