If you haven’t noticed, there are a lot of rap beefs going on right now, some of them more music based and others are more in the streets.
For example, Pusha T and Drake’s feud started from musical competition, but the conflict between Tekashi 6ix9ine and Chief Keef began with violent threats.
No matter what kind of hip-hop beef it is, 21 Savage said he wants them to stop and to be replaced with more unity.
“I wish everybody come together and kill all this beef,” he tweeted. “They want us to kill each other, especially now since we young and rich.”
Savage’s post created a minor Twitter discussion and most of the talk centered around the Chief Keef-Tekashi beef.
Last week Tekashi, who’s from Brooklyn, insulted Keef, as well as other Chicago rappers and dared them to kill him. Days later, Keef went to New York and was on the receiving end of gunfire but wasn’t hit.
At the time of the shooting, Tekashi was in Los Angeles and said he had nothing to do with it but Savage’s followers, as well as many others, say they don’t buy it.
Either way, it seems Savage is maturing right before our eyes since he’s been posting positive messages and doing good things for young folks.
In March, for example, he partnered with the organization Get Schooled and started the “21 Savage Bank Account Campaign,” where kids can receive $1,000 to open their first account.
A little before that, the Atlanta rapper said he was no longer spending his money on jewelry and instead would invest his dollars to create a good example. So with this most recent tweet, his followers gave him credit and recognized his seeming growth.
“He just got a boss mentality now,” one person wrote.
“Savage a changed man,” wrote another.
But there were others who didn’t take heed to 21’s message of peace because some said they wanted Tekashi – the New York who rapper built much of his career from beefing with several other artists- dead.
I wish everybody come together and kill all this beef They want us to kill each other especially now since we young and rich
— Saint Laurent Don (@21savage) June 4, 2018