News: Yung Berg Responds To Being Assaulted On Camera, "That Sh*t Will Never Happen Again" [Video]
Tuesday, Sep 29, 2009 11:10AM
Yung Berg has responded to footage which landed online yesterday (September 28) showing him being assaulted in public while entering a retail store.
Aside from calling the footage out-dated, Berg has also promised he would never be sucker punched again due to his new entourage.
"Ah man, I done seen a lot of sh*t in my life, right, but that footage that I just saw earlier was some of the most rigid, swine of f*cking wh*re footage I ever seen in my f*cking life," Berg said in a self-made video. "How dare you fraud a** n*ggas out there. I mean, I knew it was coming, personally because it was only two and a half years ago, it was only a disagreement between my manager, or my old manager, and all that other sh*t. And then, the coward sh*t is, the homie, I was watching the footage to get a glimpse of myself to see what went on and like, punching me in the back of the head while I'm talking to somebody else? Like that must be some of the fraudest sh*t I've ever seen in my life...What you need to know is -- that sh*t will never happen again.One, because I'm moving correctly. Two, because I'm moving correctly motherf*ckers. So y'all go ahead and watch old footage of me..." (Crooked Rap)
Reports landed online late last night speaking on Berg's assault footage.
Poor Yung Berg can't win for losing. In the video underneath the hood, a heated discussion and small fade is caught, but when Yung Turd attempts to flee into a store to get away...a white boy catches fade with the back of his head. (Bossip)
Berg recently spoke on the controversy surrounding his publicized dispute with Maino last year.
"Me and him, we rocked hard, we was on a lot of tours together" Berg said in an interview. "It is what it is...I never really spoke on it because my management was telling me at the time 'Don't speak on it, it's not nothing, it's not even in your fanbase.' I thought that once we had the conversation the next day that it was going to be deaded. Me personally, I thought once we spoke, it wasn't going to be spoken upon anymore. The only thing I didn't really like about it is it went on and on and on. From interviews to magazines to editorials to interviews with radio...I'm not blaming him because he's just doing his job and he's doing...that's the only thing I didn't like about it...We spoke about it, it was a misunderstanding, we like brothers, I look up to you like a big brother, he d*mn near ten years older than me...just the way it went on and on and on, it was beyond me...I'll admit it, I stepped to him...And I came at him incorrectly and I apologized for that...Maino is a street dude, he's done time in jail and I'm a young and sexy dude, for the young and sexy period. It is what it is, much success to him." (Vlad TV)
Maino previously discussed the confrontation and what sparked his violent reaction to the rapper.
"Yea, he was a little disrespectful, so I just tried to clean him up a little bit, and just give him a little togetherness. That's all," Maino told radio personality Jenny Boom Boom. "[Yung Berg] approached me and said to me 'Yo, I heard you were talking reckless about me.' I said 'What?' He said 'Yea, I heard you was talking reckless about me.' So, his body language and his mannerisms led me to believe he was being disrespectful to me, so I slapped him. That's all I did to him." (Jenny Boom Boom)
Check out Yung Berg's response to the assault footage below: