The Sauce Twinz of The Sauce Factory became nationally popular in 2014 when they broke the barrier with their infectious single 2 Legited 2 Quited. Now multiple reports show that Houston based rap conglomerate, TSF aka The Sauce Factory, are currently being investigated for human trafficking aka sex trafficking.
Federal court documents try to label the popular rap group as a ‘documented gang’. The TSF brand was brought up during a recent federal court hearing of an investigation into the sex trafficking of minors.
Now the man in charge, Sauce Walka, is responding to the claims that his TSF stamp is a documented gang that dabbles in human trafficking. According to Click2Houston Sauce Walka, born Albert Walker Mondane, talked to Channel 2 News in Houston. During the interview when asked why police label The Sauce Factory a gang Sauce would state, “Honestly, I don’t know why. I don’t know if it’s a misunderstanding from the videos or something, just a misunderstanding from the past, whatever they perceive that is.”
Sauce Walka would admit to his criminal past but would state that he has matured since then and put that life behind him. “Every celebrity has lies, and made-up stories and folk tales made up about them. They say if you can’t stand the heat, then get out the kitchen. If you’re not ready for people to lie on you and make up things because you are a celebrity, then that means you shouldn’t be a celebrity,” Sauce would state. Sauce Walka most recently released a music video for Mask On which is perceived to be a diss track aimed at Future. The video has racked up nearly 2 million views since its release.