"Yes it's officially official. I am now managed by Violator and the stakes are higher than ever, it's a problem," he wrote in a post dated Saturday (June 16). "God works in mysterious ways but he works. I'm very proud to be a part of such a prestigious company who has put in so much work in the business. Not only has Violator stood the test of time, they also are innovating the wave of the future so as we say in hood 'I'm good Money.' I've pretty much been managing myself this whole time (6 years) and already in this short time (a week), I've already seen a world of difference."
His actions would cause a rift between him and the album's executive producer, Just Blaze.
In his Saturday post, Saigon also took the time to apologize to Blaze. "I know ya'll see the back and forth sh*t between us and I admit I was stupid for my part in it," he wrote. "And since I was dumb enough to engage in this online public feud, I'm man enough to use the same forum to apologize to him for not just calling him and expressing whatever I felt was wrong. If you read this my n**ga, I apologize."