Young Joc’s Studio Robbed In Atlanta One Day After Slim Dunkin’s Slaying

The ATL has got pretty rough the past week.  Just one day after rapper Slim Dunkin was shot and killed inside an Atlanta recording studio, Yung Joc’s studio in Atlanta was robbed at gunpoint…

From Access Atlanta

Two people there were tied up when Atlanta-based rapper Yung Joc’s studio was robbed Saturday night, police say.

Police were called to a home in the 1300 block of Boyd Avenue in northwest Atlanta around 5:30 a.m., Sunday, where police said roughly $50,000 in studio equipment was taken by strong-arm bandits.

The house is used as a recording studio, and police told Channel 2 that the rapper, whose real name is YaMar Jon Robinson, owns the property.

A man and woman had stepped out of their vehicle and two armed men jumped out of the bushes and forced them inside, Atlanta Police spokesman Sgt. Curtis Davenport said.

The man and woman, reportedly are caretakers of the studio, were forced into a house and bound with duct tape and zip ties, police say.

The bandits took recording equipment, two long guns and an undisclosed amount of cash.

The two people were able to free themselves and run to a friend’s home a mile away to call police, according to reports from Channel 2 Action News.

No injuries were reported and no arrests have been made, according to police.

Joc posted a picture of his cleaned out studio on his Twitter page with the captions, 

Just thankful they didn’t kill my ppl… 

#robbingseason!!!!!!!!! It’s officially here!!! They took all my sh!t!!! Now watch god bless me with sumn Bigga and better!! Love

I know I’m not supposed to but I never did understand robbers. Why take something from someone that they have worked hard to get? That’s not right.  I really hope this is something that we are not going to see continued. 

Via: RhymesWithSnitch