Sometimes you need to have that “You my son and all but…” talk.
We get a behind-the-scenes look at the magic behind the mic in this Love & Hip Hop: New York exclusive and the topic of the day is Safaree Samuels’ epic Dyckman fail. While recording The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory & Mal , Joe makes it clear that he’s here to “defend to Safaree,” but his co-hosts have jokes for days about the Stuntman’s performance. Their first question is “Why was Safaree performing?” but more importantly Joe admits that was shocked to see Safaree cut off the song to offend the crowd. Going off on the people didn’t seem like the logical thing to do and although Mal and Rory understand why Safaree flipped the way he did, it’s still no excuse. “Safaree is just not the act to beat,” in Dyckman and considering as how most of his shows are catered to women, a men-filled basketball court did not seem like the best place to perform his single “Hunnid.”
Mal voices, “I think Safaree thinks he’s hotter than what he is,” but this is an opinion Joe cannot agree with. He still wants to see Safaree win. “I never thought that his bookings were ’cause his songs were hot or because people wanted to hear his songs. So, whatever heat he has, I think it’s from him manufacturing it. So that’s why I think he gets booked.” That may be valid but at the end of the day, they just need Joe to talk to their boy.
Word because Safaree can’t be out there like this. I mean, he’s from Brooklyn. He just can’t. Don’t miss an all new Love & Hip Hop next Monday at 8/7c!