LOS ANGELES, CA Friday Aug.24.2007 /netmusiccountdown.com/ -- Yung Joc, a.k.a Jasiel A. Robinson says he won't rap about drugs because he doesn't want to send the wrong message to his young fans.

The star says his hit single "Coffee Shop" is an example of how he tries to influence kids in a positve way: "I always hear parents tell me, 'My 5-year-old daughter loves you.' That's why I didn't want to talk about drugs when I talked about hustling on this record."

"That's not what people expect from me. Coffee Shop is fun because I know the kids feel me. The song's title is really about me selling everything. I used to cut hair, sell clothes, shoes, women's bags, accessories, cars, whatever, so my hustling headquarters is the coffee shop."

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