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21 Savage Responds To A Fan Who Attempted To Criticize Him For Having Violent Lyrics

In response to the gun violence in the city, 21 Savage urged his Atlanta fans to “do better” on Twitter on Monday. A discussion with the rapper ensued after a fan reacted by bringing out the violent content of the artist’s lyrics.

“Atlanta We Have To Do Better,” 21 wrote. “Put The F****** Guns Down!!!!!”

21 Savage Responds To A Fan Who Attempted To Criticize Him For Having Violent Lyrics, Yours Truly, News, September 24, 2022

The aforementioned user responded with the line, “Spin the block twice like it ain’t nowhere to park,” from Drake’s Honestly, Nevermind track “Jimmy Crooks.”

21 replied: “A Song Is For Entertainment It’s Not An Instruction Manual On How To Live Life In Real Life I Give Away A lot Of Money And Spread Financial Literacy To My Community Stop Trying To Make Me 1 Dimensional.”

In the comments section of post 21, other users called him a “hypocrite” for the statement. The back-to-school drive was organized by 21 in DeKalb County, Georgia, just one day prior to the complaint. Following the ceremony, District 5 Commissioner Mereda Davis Johnson tweeted her appreciation for 21.

“It’s always great to be with @21savage each year for his Annual Back To School Giveaway in DeKalb! For 7 years, he has put on this amazing event providing school supplies for our precious youth! Keep up the great work.”

 

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