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Saigon Disses Rick Ross & Big Sean [LISTEN]


Earlier this week, Saigon spoke with SOHH where he discussed the current state of Hip-Hop. In that interview, the “Pain In My Life” rapper pointed to both Rick Ross and Big Sean as crucial contributors to the destruction of our communities. “Rick Ross and all these ni–as rapping about drug dealing, all the sh-t that f-cks up the black community,” said the Yardfather.

Shortly after, Sai took to his Twitter to clear up his statements and show love to Ross, but not Big Sean. However, SOHH has provided the audio to the interview that sparked the drama. Listen below.




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  • My_Mind_Speaks

    I couldn’t agree more…Music is garbage now…What happened to relatable music? I want music that speaks to me…I don’t drive a Maybach…I can’t make it rain in the club (and even if I could, I wouldn’t)…When did it become cool to be fake? This needs to end…NOW!

  • Jeffreycanonigo

    I agree, Where is the Hip Hop that underground artist use to release , Guru, Big L , Ice T , Nas, and all this artist that Spits” Real Life Story on their Rhymes. Now what you here is ” Money , all this B….es, Cars , and all the bling. Hip Hop is becoming Pop Culture. 

  • Jssoil

    It’s over, if u missed KRS1, Beasties Boys, Run Dmc, Kool Herc, Public Enemy, EPMD, Eric B & Rakim, NWA, The D.O.C, Wu Tang, Kool Mo Dee, Busy B, SaltnPepa, M.C. Lyte, Africa Bambotta, Grand Master Flash & the furious 5, Red Man, Whodini, The Fat Boys, Dj Polo & Cool G Rap, LL Cool J, X Clan, Wild Style, Crush Groove, Breakdancing, Grafitti, Easy E, Q Tip, Tone Loc, King Tee, Nas, Black Moon, Poor Rightious Teachers & all the other pioneers that I did’nt mentioned You missed real Hip-Hop. U can catch it on utube tho, but it won’t b the same glad I was there.