Tell Atlantic Records to drop A Boogie wit da Hoodie and PnB Rock from its roster
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On the 21st of October 2017, Brandon "Lil B" McCartney was violently attacked without provocation by Artist "A Boogie wit da Hoodie" Dubose, Rakim "PnB Rock" Allen and a group of their associates in the backstage area of Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival in Mountain View, California.
Following the attack, Dubose exploited the publicity surrounding the incident to promote his album, released on Atlantic Records.
Both Dubose and Allen are signed to Atlantic Records.
At the time of writing neither Dubose, Allen nor Atlantic Records have apologised for the assault on McCartney.
For as long as Atlantic Records choose to keep Dubose and Allen on its roster, it sends a clear message that Atlantic Records is a record label that does not condemn acts of senseless violence.
Lil B did not provoke these men. Lil B did not retaliate with violence. Lil B did not seek revenge. Lil B simply forgave them.
I encourage anyone who opposes senseless violence in the music industry to sign this petition and urge Atlantic Records to do the right thing: make a stand, and drop A Boogie wit da Hoodie and PnB Rock from the Atlantic Records roster.
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