'Love & Listings': Jacob Suge Knight calls Safaree Samuels 'greatest songwriter' and fans can't stop laughing
'SAFAREE WHAT!?! Jacob Cmon bruh Lol & I love Safaree lol,' wrote an amused fan, while another said, 'Did he really say Safaree had hits? Lmaoooooooo'
Safaree Samuels is certainly a man of many talents, but we aren't sure if we would be describing the rapper as "the greatest songwriter ever." In case you're wondering who described the popular reality star as the greatest songwriter, then you'd be surprised to know that it is none other than 'Death Row' records founder Suge Knight's son Jacob Suge Knight.
Despite belonging to the hip-hop royalty, Jacob decided to step away from a career in the music industry and decided to pursue real-estate. Since Jacob is still at the nascent stage of his career, he is trying his best to make a name for himself and hobnobbing with as many celebrities as he can in the hopes of landing a client and a deal. So, when his aunt referred Safaree Samuels to him, he was excited that it could open the doors to the hip-hop industry.
When he met Safaree at the studio, Jacob described his client as not only the greatest songwriter ever but also a man who has many plaques to his name. When fans heard Jacob's description of Safaree, they were beyond amused. A fan tweeted, "Watching #LoveAndListings and Suge son walked in the studio talking about #Safaree is one of the Greatest writer ever!!! Exactly who did he write for again?" Another fan wrote, "Who Safaree ever wrote songs for??? What kinda plaques he got???? What are his stats???? Tell me. #LoveAndListings." "Did he really say Safaree had hits? Lmaoooooooo #LoveAndListings," commented a fan. Another fan expressed, "SAFAREE WHAT!?! Jacob Cmon bruh Lol & I love Safaree lol #LoveAndListings."
Safaree met Jacob because he needed a house to shoot his music video in. Safaree's specifications for the property were equally amusing. Safaree described his dream location as something that looks like heaven and preferably has a fountain, and huge space, very modern looking, etc.
When Jacob heard Safaree's requirements, he was a bit bewildered. In his green room interview, he joked about how he had no idea how heaven was supposed to look like since he had never died and gone to heaven. He pretended to make a mock call to his godfather Tupac Shakur to ask details of heaven. Putting the jokes aside, Jacob assured Safaree that he would find three properties that fit his bill of requirements and show it to him. We can't wait to see the "heaven" that Jacob picks out for Safaree.
'Love & Listings' airs every Monday at 9/8 c only on VH1.