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According to WSBTV.com, authorities visited the crime scene on Dec. 18, after the 'New Joc City' creator, born YaMar Robinson, reported the robbery, which he denies taking any part in. Joc claims that his brother and his brother's girlfriend were outside of the studio, located on Boyd Ave., in Atlanta, when an unknown attacker forced them inside the location. Afterwards, their mouths were taped, zip ties were placed around their wrists and they were forced to stay in the bathroom.
During the raid, the suspects cleaned out TVs, speakers and hard drives that included unreleased music from Yung Joc. The rhymer revealed that he had recorded material with the likes of Lil Wayne, Jazmine Sullivan and Pitbull on tracks that had never been heard by the public.
"I've been seeing stories where people say this is about insurance fraud," Yung Joc states. "The truth is, I did not have insurance. I was in the process of deciding who I wanted an insurance policy with."
Yung Joc is offering a $2,500 reward for the return of the hard drives.
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