Scarface’s Missing 20-Year-Old Son Search Comes To An End

Scarface’s Missing 20-Year-Old Son Search Comes To An End

Houston rapper Scarface can breathe a big sigh of relief as reports claim his 20-year-old son has been located after going missing last week.

According to reports, Face’s son Brandon Jordan is back with his family.

Rapper Scarface’s missing son has been located and is in good condition, authorities said on Thursday morning. Brandon Jordan hadn’t been seen or heard from since Jan. 29 when he stormed out of his Leimert Park home. “He just got agitated, didn’t want to talk about it no more, and just stormed out of the house with nothing,” said his mother Melissa Lollis. (ABC Local)

His family members searched Jordan’s favorite hot spots in an effort to locate him.

His loved ones posted fliers at his favorite places throughout the area, as well as at West Los Angeles College, where he’s studying music. The 20-year-old wants to follow in the same business as his rapper father. Police did not say where Jordan was located. No further information was immediately available. (ABC Local)

Outside of the search, Face Mob recently explained his firm stance on the music biz.

“I feel like our music was dumbed down,” Scarface said in an interview. “I feel like our generation is being dumbed down. And it starts with how we educate ourselves. At first, we knew what was going on in Compton by the music that we heard. We knew what was going on in Chicago by the music that we made. We knew what was going on in Houston by the music that was going on in Houston. Now, nobody don’t give a f*ck. Everything sounds alike; they say the same thing.” (XXL Mag)

Recently, Face made similar comments about hip-hop being dumbed down.

“I be looking at sh*t like a conspiracy. That’s the way I feel about music,” Face said in an interview. “You know what I mean? I feel like the powers that be are intentionally dumbing down our craft, man. I feel like they dumbing us down because the dumbest sh*t I ever heard is on the radio right now. Number one. Whatever number one is.” (“Combat Jack Show”)

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