Why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of 21 Savage..
Welcome back to Watch On Loop, today on the channel we are going to find out why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of 21 Savage.. Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph better known by his stage name 21 Savage, is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer. Born in London, he moved to Atlanta with his mother at age seven. He was convicted of felony drug charges in October 2014 in Fulton County, Georgia. On February 3, 2019, just two days after releasing the music video for his single “A Lot”, 21 Savage was taken into custody by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after a vehicle was pulled over that contained him and his cousin, Young Nudy, and two other men. Young Nudy and the two other men had been targeted in an operation involving charges of aggravated assault and violation of the Georgia Gang Act. 21 Savage later alleged that he was personally also targeted in the operation. After his arrest, ICE revealed that 21 Savage is a British national who has been in the United States unlawfully since his non-immigrant visa expired in July 2006.
21 Savage recently took a shot at Young Jeezy on his new album “Savage Mode 2” and fans are going wild. Everyone wants to know what the lyrics are regarding Jeezy and we’re here to reveal them! Record producer Metro Boomin and 21 Savage teamed up to release their album, “Savage Mode 2,” a sequel to their 2016 collaborative album, “Savage Mode.” Find out here what lyrics 21 Savage included in his song “Many Men,” which are dissing Jeezy. Watch till the end to know more why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of 21 Savage..
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