22 Savage is not backing down from 21 Savage. The Baton Rouge rapper/comedian took to IG to diss the “Red Opps” rapper for attacking him.
“I guess I’m p***y cause I did comedy before. You n****s got me f***ed all they way up,” 22 said. “I been living like that. Play with me, it’s going down. Straight up. That’s all I gotta say. N****s laugh at they homeboys everyday. You make a n***a laugh, you crack a joke, that’s a damn joke. You a comedian. Shut yo b***h ass up.”
21 Savage had words for 22 on Friday for copying his image.
“Shout out to all my real n****s in Baton Rouge. I know y’all ain’t raising n****s to ride another n***a dick to get on,” 21 said. “Y’all gotta do way better to do that. How the hell you gonna beef with a n***a you wanna be like.”
22 clapped back at 21 and his camp in a series of social media posts. 21 had this to say in response:
“N****s be quick to talk about ‘N****S is Internet beefing. N***a, you made your whole life out the Internet riding my d**k. You is the king of the Internet. You get on the Internet trying to act like me. You can’t imitate this s**t. You a punk.”
21 first called out 22 during a recent performance in October.
21 raps, “Ain’t no 22, ain’t no 23.”
No Plug is backing his Slaughter Gang affiliate. No Plug told the Baton Rouge rapper he was going to pull up in his hometown.
22 Savage and his guys say they won’t let anyone from No Plug’s camp touch them.
Comedian McArthur Johnson recently adopted the name “22 Savage” to jumpstart his music career.
The Baton Rouge, LA native was unapologetic about swagger jacking 21 Savage.
“I just felt like jacking him,” he told SOHH. “I’m really savage out here. I’m really in the slums. I’m in the trenches. What people don’t understand is that underneath this funny, it’s really real. We’re in the streets. I’m a street n***a trying to make it out anyway I can.”
Johnson explained why he adopted the name 22 Savage during an interview with Say Cheese TV.
“I just come back to me rapping and doing comedy at the same time,” he said. “I was intertwining parodies or whatever, and people like ‘Yeah, you rap for real.’ That’s when I came up with that line ‘This ain’t 21, this 22’ and people started catching on to it, so I said, ‘F*ck it. I’m 22 Savage.” I jumped in the rap game.”
Johnson says he has yet to talk to 21 Savage. He doesn’t care if 21 Savage has a problem with him.
“He ain’t gotta like it,” he said. “It is what it is. If he take it any type of way, he take it any type of way.”
Johnson says 21 Savage makes “decent music,” but says he’s “way better.”
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