We at SoJones have been putting in that overtime work to make sure that Moka Blast and that upcoming Trey Songz show is bigger than life. Of course that will be the case, but in the meantime we have mainstream hip hop issues from the G.O.O.D music camp to keep you up with as well. If you mess with Saint West, Kanye has a message for you: He might hit you with the bop gun, or worse get at you like Diddy did.
According to Hollywood Life:
Nobody better mess with Saint West or they’ll have an angry Kanye West up in their face. On ‘High Lights,’ a track from his new album, ‘The Life of Pablo,’ Yeezy swears he’ll channel his inner Diddy and ‘bust’ up anyone who disses his baby boy.
Kanye West, 38, is a proud and protective papa and he let everyone know it on his new album. In a hot track, Yeezy promises that if anyone dares to treat Saint West wrong, he’ll pull a Sean “Diddy” Combs, 46, and leave the fools black and blue!
“I’ma bust a coach’s head open on some Diddy sh*t/ If he ever talk to my son like an idiot,” Yeezy raps in “High Lights,” a song from his album, The Life of Pablo, according to Genius. Ye spits fire on the verse, adding “One time for a n*gg* getting it / Two times cause we got the whole city lit.”
Though Diddy doesn’t appear on The Life Of Pablo, it looks like Kanye considers the former Puff Daddy as a role model when it comes to parenting.Diddy was arrested on June 22, 2015for allegedly getting into physical fight with Sal Alosi, 38, a coach at UCLA. Diddy reportedly went after Sal with a kettlebell after the man disrespected Justin Combs, Diddy’s 22-year-old son.
Diddy avoided assault charges, according to the NY Daily News, as the L.A. County District Attorney declined to file felony charges and the City met with Diddy to discuss alternatives to filing charges. While Diddy lucked out, if Kanye thinks he’ll “bust [the] heads” of anyone who slights his son, Yeezy better keep a lawyer handy.
“High Lights” reminds how Kanye and Kim Kardashian, 35, have been very protective of their little prince. Saint made his first trip to New York Fashion Week — along with big sister, North West, 2 — but Kimye’s baby boy was nowhere to be seen during the Yeezy Season 3 extravaganza. Kimye taken extra steps so that no one takes a pic of Saint without their permission. Huh. With Kanye threatening to throw down, maybe the paparazzi should think twice before they try to steal a snap of Saint. Something else to note: “High Lights” is also the same track where Kanye gave a shout out to Kim’s ex, Ray J, 35. Yeezy trashed Ray by saying “I bet me and [him] would be friends / if we ain’t love the same b*tch / Hey he might have hit it first / only problem is I’m rich.” This isn’t the only time that Yeezy mentions Kim and sex tapes on his album, as his song, “30 Hours,” claims he and Kim also made an X-rated video together.
Well at least he’s prepared. What do you think about the arrival of Kanye’s son Saint West? Do you think this will be something that hip hop welcomes or sees as a threat to the existence of less fortunate emcees? Let’s hear your thoughts.