Rapper Saigon: Tiktok Unfit For My Daughter! In the early 2000s, when Saigon, the New York City rapper was signed to Atlantic Records, he used to speak about the ills of street life.
The former “Love & Hip Hop: New York” cast member took to social media to condemn people on TikTok for turning the safe space for kids to a free OnlyFans knock-off.
With an image post on his Instagram page he wrote, “I’m convinced at this rate, 10 years they’ll be airing porn on PBS.”
“We took Tik Tok from kids and made it a twerk/@ss clapping application,” Saigon decried.
He went further to note that he felt bad that he had to delete his daughter’s account because she has no clue about the dangers the app promotes.
Saigon also claimed that as a community we lack the “leadership” and “courage” needed to stop people from making the internet the “New Rome.”
He said, “Everybody ran and seen Cardi run and turn off the WAP song when her young daughter walked in the room, and it’s her song… She gets it…”
Saigon’s beef with TikTok’s content comes at a time when rapper Erica Banks’ “Buss It” challenge has gone viral on social cites with celebrities and fans alike taking on the challenge.