Houston rapper Sancho Saucy found a 2-year-old boy wandering alone on a street in 50-degree weather. The shivering boy wore only shorts and no shoes.
Saucy, real name Albert Mondane, wrapped the child in a blanket before placing him in his car while awaiting police. Saucy live-streamed himself, as friends searched the neighborhood for the boy’s mother.
He captioned the video:
“SICKENING … WHILE IM DRIVING THROUGH THE CITY I SPOT A LIL BOY AROUND 2 YEARS ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD IN 52 DEGREES WEATHER MAN DIS SHYT IS SAD AND REALLY CRYSH MY HEART .. DIS A CRAZY WORLD WE LIVE IN.”
A woman expressed concern that the police would charge the boy’s mother, but Saucy was not concerned for the mother. “He doesn’t need to go better care. I ain’t gonna lie to you, I don’t even feel comfortable giving him back,” he said.
Saucy, a responsible father, had his own toddler son in the car with him. He noted that the lost boy had signs of abuse on his back.
“You’re alright little homie,” the aspiring rapper told the child. The boy, who probably doesn’t have a father in his life, clung tightly to Saucy.
When a woman approached the car claiming the boy as her son, Saucy said, “Ain’t nobody getting no baby from me. Hear me?”
Sancho Saucy is a member of the rap duo Sauce Twinz, alongside Sauce Walka. They are locally known for their mixtapes titled Sorry 4 the Sauce, Sorry 4 the Sauce 2 and In Sauce We Trust.