Rap sensation Soulja Boy has promised to change his bad boy ways - he's quit swearing to be a positive role model for his young fans.
The Crank That (Soulja Boy) hitmaker, real name DeAndre Ramone Way, followed in the footsteps of the his rap peers by using profanities and risque themes in his records.
But the star is determined to cut out any crude language from his future albums - after he realised the majority of his fans are impressionable teens.
He says, "Over the past few months, I've had a chance to meet a lot of my fans face to face and it made me realise that I got a large fan base of kids that look up to me.
"I have a greater responsibility to the kids that want to be like Soulja Boy (and) I need set a positive example for them."
It isn't the first time the star has considered the well-being of his young fans - he delayed work on his new LP earlier this month (Dec08) to donate toys to Atlanta, Georgia's underprivileged kids.