News: Saigon Announces His Mother's Passing, "I'm Scared Of How It's Gonna Feel To Wake Up Tomorrow" [Video]

Wednesday, Oct 21, 2009 10:00AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

New York rapper Saigon has publicly revealed that medical complications caused his mother's recent death and has taken the time to thank fans for their condolences.

Writing via Twitter, Sai expressed the pain of losing his mom over the past few days.

"I wanted to be there man... My mother is still fighting.. Thanks alot homie!! Im glad it went well," he initially wrote on Sunday (October 18). "Nah, I almost lost my Mother today fam!!! She fell very ill and is in ICU.... U know that my hero right there! Pray my dude....Yezzir...Yo my moms is the one who keeps me sane man...Im scared of what I'll be without her !!! Im not prepared for that! She cant speak or move but she tries to smile when I speak to her...I wanna thank everyone for all of your kind words and prayers!! My mother went to heaven today around 1 P.M...I've been through alot hardships in my short life, but this is the most devastating thing I've ever ever had to endure!! R.I.P. My Dear Mother.................Dag! Im scared of how its gonna feel to wake up 2morrow.... Man. Thanks everybody!!! My Mom is looking over all of you.. Its just the kinda person she was and the angel she is now!!! Thank You All..." (Saigon's Twitter)

Speculation has begun to grown on his late mother's age.

Saigon has announced the death of his mother yesterday (Monday, October 19) at 1pm. The death comes less than two week after the emcee released his latest album Warning Shots 2. Saigon's mother was reportedly younger than 50 years old. The details of her passing are reportedly medical, but have not been specified. (Hip Hop DX)

The rapper also has a song called "Fatherhood" which speaks on the importance of being a good dad.

Parenting has been a big issue with Saigon recently. On Warning Shots 2, which came out a couple weeks ago, one of the songs is "Fatherhood" - a heartfelt dedication to his daughter and the incredible feeling that a father gets while watching his baby girl grow. (The Boom Box)

Mos Def recently defended Kanye West after being asked questions about his late mother by television host Jay Leno in light of last month's Video Music Awards outburst.

"And Jay Leno, with your banana boat face having a**, you need to apologize to Kanye West for having him with his mother [would say], what she would think, she would think she'd need to smack your f*cking banana face-having a** face off trying to be slick...," he said during a concert performance. (YouTube)

Check out Saigon's "If My Mommy" song below:

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