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Saigon Blames The Current State Of Hip-Hop on Rick Ross And 2 Chainz

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Saigon starts to explain how hip-hop is a bad influence nowadays for children and it’s mostly Rick Ross and 2 Chainz fault. Saigon wants to just punch them in the face for the downfall on hip-hop.
On Tuesday, November 13, Saigon explained to ThisIs50, the origins of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy. In a recent interview with Power 105.1, Saigon names a few other artists he would like to put hands on for ruining the name of hip-hop.
Saigon named Rick Ross and 2 Chainz as two emcees who he would like to punch in the face, if he was given the chance.He also started to explain the content of their music, which is dangerous for kids nowadays an should be treated as equivalent to pornography. He also added that Rick Ross and 2 Chainz may be the first two names that came to his mind, while the industry displays the same tendencies with their artists.
“That’s behind me punching other artists – you know what, if they don’t change the message though, I would punch someone for real,” he said. “I would want to punch everybody – Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, everybody who’s making detrimental music for children, man. These companies market the music to children, and y’all know that. If you’re going to do that kind of music…you know when you go in a movie store, the porno section had its own little section? Do that for this music because this is marketed to children and we know that…I’ve got kids, man. I’m not trying to have to battle with my own kid because she’s influenced by these artists. 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 their mouths and they’re 13 or 14, and they’re talking sucking dick and doing all this. I’m like, ‘God damn, yo, who’s responsible for all this?”
He added, “It ain’t just pin-pointing Rick Ross and 2 Chainz and them ni**as; everybody’s doing it. Put them all on a dart board and throw the dart…for me to find progressive rap, I’ve got to search high and low.”

 

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