ATLANTA — Rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft have made it easier for us to be on the go through our mobile devices.
Atlanta rapper Yung Joc is getting in on the action double-time by becoming an ambassador and driver for Pull Up N Go, a new rideshare app.
Joc, whose hit song, “It’s Going Down,” climbed the charts in 2006, has had a career and music and unscripted television.
The rapper also owns a College Park hookah lounge called "South Beach."
He went on social media to spread the news about his newest venture.
“Anybody need a ride to @boogalouatl today for #alluresundays🍾 ???? I know they gonna hate but somebody wanna get wasted and get to their next destination safe & sound. Download the app and I just might #pullupngo @pugorides,” Joc wrote on Instagram.
Pull Up N Go is different than other rideshare programs because drivers who work for the service keep all earnings from rides. But there’s a catch, drivers who are interested must first pay a fee of $39.95 to get started.
“If you know anybody that wants to make some extra money tag them in this!!!! Why give @uber or @Lyft 20%-30% of your earned income when you can just pay $39.99 for the week and keep all your money👀? @pugorides,” Joc wrote in another post.
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