Saigon is upset with today's music and wants to punch Rick Ross and 2 Chainz in the face. According to Saigon, Ross and Chainz makes music that is detrimental to the young progressive minds that are fans of hip-hop.
Before anyone thinks this is another hip-hop beef, think again. Saigon as just using the two rappers as an example because of the content of their music. More importantly, he also blame the corporations that manufacture and distribute the music.
"If they don't change the message though, for real I'm on a whole new beef," Saigon said. "[I'd want to punch] Rick Ross, Two Chainz... everybody who is putting detrimental music to children. Because these companies market music to children and y'all know that. If you're gonna do that put the same thing you put on a porno. You know when you go in a movie store and the porno had it's own little section. Do that for this music because this is marketed to children. And we all know that. I did 106 & Park the other day and I was so sad to see these little young girls spitting the lyrics and some of the stuff that was coming out of their mouth. And they're 13 and 14."
A rendezvous with mom may have been first on Chris Brown's itinerary, but a heart-to-heart with dad apparently wasn't too far off.
"Just know that he's home," Brown's biological dad, Clinton Brown, who says he spoke to his son Thursday, told People. "He needed some time to get his thoughts together and regroup."
The 44-year-old corrections officer spoke to the magazine from outside his home in Tappahannock, Va., not far from where Brown's mother, Joyce Hawkins, lives.
E! News learned yesterday that after spending a night at Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel and Casino with friends, Brown had left to go see his mother. The 19-year-old was booked Sunday by Los Angeles police on suspicion of making criminal threats and is being investigated for allegedly beating up girlfriend Rihanna.
But Clinton Brown says that his son is "very remorseful."