With all due respect to Bobby Brown, Arruh elevated the game yesterday, dropping the 19-minute-long "I Admit," in which he cops a plea for having once filmed himself peeing on a 15-year-old girl, as one does.
The fact that a song about his alleged wrongdoing is 19 minutes long is impressive, as is the fact that its title makes it seem as if it's a confession.
Of course Arruh isn't about to admit to anything that could cause him to have to do 20 years behind bars. Instead, he admits to trusting too many people and having scored with too many of his fans.
I guess as long as we're confessing to things I should admit that I didn't listen to "I Admit" in its entirety. Some of us have to work for a living. I listened to a minute or two of it, up through the part where he admitted to not being able to read the teleprompter at the Grammys, then cut it off, lest I ended up out of a job.
Arruh might consider releasing a condensed version that edits out everything but the parts about his alleged sex cult. At 19 minutes long, I doubt they'll play it on the radio very many times, even though it's probably at least as good, if not better, than anything else they might play on commercial rap/R&B radio.
Also, he definitely should release a video, ideally something hyper-literal in which he acts out all the things he admits to. Maybe the girls from his sex cult could make a cameo appearance. They probably can't refuse to appear anyway.