The latest from French Montana is a gloomy song called "Suicide"-- but no, it's not about his flame with Khloe Kardashian burning out. Rather, it finds him trudging up some deeper, darker and less glamorous truths. Sometimes I look at my son, then I picture my father/ When he looked at his son and understood his story, he begins, echoing a sentiment he shared with FADER contributor Zach Baron in 2012 after being reunited with his father in Morocco. “Before I had a son, I used to look at my father’s example: he left me, he left my mother,” he said. “When I had a son, I got caught in the same situation that his mother don’t want me to see him. I started looking at my father in a different light. Like, damn—my father went through this.”
In other, more uplifting news, looks like French has met someone new:
Just kidding. Looks fun, though!