Mountain View, CA – After Lil B was evidently attacked backstage at the Bay Area’s Rolling Loud Festival on Saturday (October 21), PnB Rock’s set was canceled. The Philly rapper was allegedly part of the posse that participated in the violent Lil B beatdown that involved A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and his entourage.

Instead, Oakland rapper Kreayshawn will take PnB Rock’s 4 p.m. PST set at the Mountain View, California event on Sunday (October 22).

Following the incident, The BasedGod didn’t go through with his performance. He’s taken to social media to repeatedly forgive his alleged attackers.

Watch footage of the altercation below.

#LilB forgives #ABoogie and his crew for jumping him

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(The original version of this article was published on October 21, 2017 and can be found below.)

Lil B says he was jumped by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and crew at the Rolling Loud Festival in Mountain View, California on Saturday (October 21). According to a handful of tweets from The Pack rapper, he’s already forgiven his alleged attackers.

“A boogie with a hoodie and his crew jumped me don’t know how many of em it was but it’s all good I love y’all and I forgive y’all. LOVE,” B tweeted Saturday night.

Video captured by a Twitter user shows some kind of altercation with a caption that reads, “Lil B just got jumped by A Boogie, PNB Rock and their crews at Rolling Loud smh.”

After tweeting about forgiveness, B implored people to use the him as an example of how to respond to violence.

“Just because someone hurts you does not mean you need to retaliate!,” he wrote. “I love the people who jumped me I mean that stat positive nsafe – Lil B.”

He added, “Use me as an example I was violently jumped by a boogie Hella his people I was 1 deep no security its good I forgive them love y’all.”

B was scheduled to perform at the two-day festival, but instead he took the stage to announce A Boogie and his entourage had “beat him up in the back” and stolen his equipment.

“I said something about Boogie music, and they all got mad and they jumped me about that, so it’s all good,” he explained in a video posted to Twitter by @NobodysVideo. “I’m still here … I got jumped by like 10 mother fuckers, you know what I’m saying? It’s all love … I got love for everybody … They stole my shit and everything so I can’t even do my show ’cause they stole my shit.”

HipHopDX reached out to The BasedGod for a comment, but didn’t hear immediately back.