Southern rapper OJ Da Juiceman recently talked to radio personality Angela Yee about being booed off stage in New York City earlier this week, saying he had never been forced to end a performance prematurely in the past.
Da Juiceman says he did not perform at B.B. Kings Blues Club with the intention of displaying his lyricism. “Yeah, it’s all good, I’m an artist and I’ma keep it going, I’m down like four flat tires,” OJ told radio Angela Yee. “That right there was a little stepping hurdle for me but eh, we’ll overcome the most….What I done been through by these people in the past few days.”
OJ then talks about his past shows “If you actually look at all my shows on YouTube, I never actually had a boo like never…I love New York…If you ain’t one hundred, then f*ck you cuz…Actually, I went up there with good intentions, [the vibe] was off after the first two records…Everybody is entitled to they own swag.
I guess there wasn’t no swag in the club, it was because of the fact Raekwon was there…Big up to the bloggers, they keep a n*gga motivated…I never came in the game saying I was the best lyricist. I came in the game with traptivity…If you know about traptivity, it’s really not based on vocabulary. It’s based on life experiences on coming up in the street and dealing with drug-related activities to pay your bills.”