Yung Joc says producers expect ‘Meats For Beats’ to be ‘normal’
In one sitting down VladTV, Yung Joc talks about the “very common” industry practice of producers expecting artists to exchange sex for tracks. Notably, he even said that many producers come in with the “You want rhythm, I want meat” mentality.
Joc ponders Ashanti’s Breakfast Club Interview
The matter came to light after interviewer Shawn Prez asked Yung Joc to address some of the revelations that Ashanti had made on Breakfast Club last month. Specifically, she talked about an unnamed producer who was trying to solicit sex in exchange for two records.
“We did two recordings together. He said, ‘Okay, I’m not going to charge you, you know you’re my family’… When it came time to put it on the album, he said, ‘Let’s shower together.’”
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While talking about Ashanti’s allegation, Yung Joc began by saying that it appeared she was talking about Irv Gotti, who signed the R&B singer to Murda Inc. yesterday. Irv’s also made many statements about his relationship with Ashanti, although she refuted his claims in October, like Shade room previous report.
“Who is the producer? It showed – as the women said – it showed she was talking about Irv.
Joc also accused Ashanti of being “very elusive in this whole matter” before being told that Irv was not the culprit. In turn, the rapper suggested that DJ Akademikz, who criticized Ashanti for not crossing out the producer’s name, should go through her catalog to determine who she was talking about.
Yung Joc explains why these situations are ‘so common’
Shawn tried to ask how common similar experiences are in the music industry, and Yung Joc talked about how both women and men face it quite often.
“I think it’s very popular. I think [it happens to] lots of women – men too, let’s be honest.
He continued by using a humorous high-pitched voice to mimic the thoughts of many producers.
“I was just saying, you want beats, I want meat!”
Yung Joc continued his impression and emphasized that he could “hear” the progression of these scenarios.
“I can hear it! I can hear that clearly. I can see it happening. You know, ‘Don’t look at it like, you gave me that for that. Think of it like we gave each other something, and in return we celebrated with a great, hot night of steamy, passionate sex.’ I can hear that s**t!
However, he clarified that there are many other people who can come up with realistic scenarios of how the propositions would normally play out. He even urged women to share their stories in the comments.
“I’m a man, and I’ve never really offered to have sex with women, but you have to ask women. For the sake of women, who are always offered sex, they can give you a better scenario of how it happened…Ladies, give us a scenario of how you were offered. for your goods. Leave a comment below. I want to know.”
Finally, Joc clarified that he personally opposes soliciting the sex artist.
“I never will, man! Let me say this…I would never propose to a woman for her body parts. I won’t do it, I won’t do it. Let me put that out there.”
What do you think of Yung Joc’s recent comments?