21 Savage continues to frequent the social media app Clubhouse despite its decline in popularity following the pandemic, and was caught up in a heated argument during a recent chat.
On Monday (January 16), a recording of the interaction went viral, showing the agitated 21-year-old making out with someone from Chicago. While what they were shooting at doesn’t make it into the one-minute video, the end result is His Loss the rapper promises that his abuser will die.
“You waited your whole life for this moment so you could feud with n-gga in the Clubhouse,” 21 says in the clip. “You keep letting all these Chicago n-gga get on your head like all n-gga ain’t gonna die in real life, man. Stop playing.
“Every n—gga we beef with, 30 niggas smoke and nothing happens to us,” he continues. “In real life, n-gga. That’s real life.”
Others’ shouts can be heard briefly before adding 21.
“Hey Cap, you’re from Chicago. I advise you to keep quiet, he says. ‘Cause the n-ggas I’m mad at are getting beat up over there so stop playing. You don’t beat anything, n-gga… You’re gonna die.”
He repeated his last sentiment several times before the sound turned off.
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21 Savage also fronted his Clubhouse interactions last month, though that time he was the mediator when Meek Mill and the Akademiks got into a feud.
When Ak started yelling at Meek for calling him out on his social media activity, 21 tried to calm things down by pointing out that there was another way to post on Instagram.
“We all play a part in how it’s done now because we’re all the people who benefit from it,” 21 said in the clip released. “You just gotta start showing that you’re scheming and that you want to change too, ’cause a nigga like me, I can rap what I rap about and never do anything and just be like; “Man, I don’t give a damn, whatever, whatever, and just live my life.
“But I have a heart, bro. And lastly, I know you have heart because I know you… let’s try to do better. We’re not telling you to stop posting beefs… you’re not starting beefs, you’re just shining a light on beefs that don’t need a light.
Later, Meek praised 21 Savage for keeping a level head.
“I’m sorry if I cut anyone off, I’m so heartbroken,” Meek tweeted. “If you were there, you knew it was a great start to communication in hip hop. The way 21 did it inspired me and was a good review.”