Sancho Saucy, a Houston rapper who is arguably most well-known for his work on the collaborative Lost in the Sauce album, recently garnered attention for some non-musical reasons.
"I'm riding down the street [and] I see this man walking, man. By himself, man—9 o'clock in the morning, man," Sancho Saucy states while holding the baby in question.
The rapper then looks in disbelief and shows the young child on camera. He then covers the baby with a blanket and carries him to his car.
"I found this baby walking down the street, bro," the rapper adds before telling someone else to "get that weed up out of here."
Sancho Saucy then proceeds to comfort the child, saying, "It's gon' be all right, big man."
Shortly after, the rapper proceeds to talk with others about what they should do, and an off-camera woman suggests they walk around to look for his parent or guardian. However, Sancho Saucy is hesitant to do so, saying he "needs to go to better care."
"I ain't gonna lie to you, I don't even feel comfortable giving him back to 'em," he adds, and the video ends a little bit later.
BRUH!! Popular Houston native Sancho Saucy found a 2 year old kid walking by himself in 52 degree weather in Houston 😢 pic.twitter.com/lNJKIr2bcr
— SAY CHEESE! 👄🧀 (@SaycheeseDGTL) February 24, 2022
"This shit sad man, this little man walking down the street by himself, dude. Freezing weather. No shoes, no pants, no shoes, no scarf," Sancho Saucy says. "I found lil homie walking down the street, bro."
Later, we see that the child's mother eventually arrives on the scene with some other family members, and she is in a visibly disoriented state. Bystanders helped keep the situation calm until police arrived and the mother was eventually taken down to the station with her son for further investigation.
"SICKENING… WHILE I'M 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 [sic] MY HEART.. DIS A CRAZY WORLD WE LIVE IN," he captioned the upload.
Sancho Saucy hasn't further on the matter, and it's currently unclear whether the mother will face charges.