Crime Mob’s 2004 Hit Single, “Knuck If You Buck,” Gets Canceled By Twitter After Finding Out Its Producer, Lil Jay, Supports Donald Trump and Group Member, Killa C, Molested His Six-Year-Old Brother in 2006

Knuck If You Buck” by Crime Mob is still a down south classic. It’s a very popular song when it comes to getting people hyped or or even ready to fight. This originally appeared on the Atlanta group’s self-titled debut studio album in 2004. It debuted at No. 90 on the Billboard 200 chart and No. 11 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

Sixteen years later, Knuck If You Buck may be getting canceled due to one of its members and producer being very problematic. Its producer, Lil Jay, known for his “Lil Jay on the track” tag line, is a vocal Donald Trump supporter. He even has MAGA in his bio on Twitter and also sports the MAGA hat. Killa C, who appears on the last verse of the hit single, was found guilty of molesting his brother who was six-years-old at the time in 2006. He served two years in prison, as he was also charged for failing to register as a sex offender.

When more of social media realized this, they were in disbelief. They can’t believe the surprises that 2020 has thrown to the world. Lil Jay is also on Instagram, trying to make masks during the coronavirus pandemic political, just like Trump’s supporters do.


More Featured News

GloRilla says she has breast implants & hints at having boyfriend