Reality TV is a strange…strange place, man.
Yung Joc made an appearance on Judge Faith yesteday and pure comedy does not begin to describe what went down. The Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star went on the show to sue his good friend and booking manager, Polo Hammond, for neglecting to pay him $6000 and defamation of character. After the claims were all laid out, Joc expressed his regret in dragging his friend to court in the first place. His woe over the situation is short-lived when he G’s up Judge Faith a bit, commenting on how beautiful her face is. He says:
I was very upset at first before coming here but had this not happened then I wouldn’t be suing my long time friend and if I wasn’t suing my long time friend then I wouldn’t be sitting here in front of your beautiful face today.
#Alrighhhtttttttt Joc. Pretty safe to say, it’s NOT going down with Judge Faith.
All jokes aside, Joc claims that Polo not only neglected to pay him following an event, but he also used a Joc look-a-like to perform as Joc. Hammond maintains it was just a one-time thing but hold up…that’s not it. Hammond counter sued Joc for $1000. Why? Because Joc lost a game of spades. Must’ve been one helluva “renege”.
One thing for sure is we can always rely on Joc to stay entertained, no matter what network he’s on. We’re just low-key happy he cut that perm out.