21 Savage Catches Heat For Saying Nas ‘Isn’t Relevant’

21 Savage may have his New York passport revoked after catching the ire of social media this week when he said Nas is “irrelevant” in today’s rap scene.

Speaking at the Clubhouse the weekend after the release of Nas’ latest album Illness of the King III21 asked how the room definition was relevant, then he followed it up: “I don’t feel like he’s relevant. I don’t feel like Nas is relevant.”

21 Savage’s comments seemed to strike a chord with those in the chat room as everyone began to argue.

When things calmed down, the Slaughter Gang boss took to the stage and explained that the Queensbridge icon is not relevant today, but he has a “loyal” fan base and makes good music. The heated discussion seems to be around 90s rappers who are still dropping albums today.

Nas released Illness of the King III On Friday (November 11), which was the third installment of his Hit-Boy series, he won his first Grammy Award. The franchise is still commercially relevant as each of the first two parts made it to the top 5 on the Billboard 200.

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Angry Escobar fans took to social media to express their frustration with 21’s comments.

“It’s funny because 49-year-old Nas has only released 4 albums that are better than his entire discography,” one fan wrote. “But it’s even funnier when 21 Savage is especially related to Drake in the past year.”

Another added: “Clubhouse really shows how unintelligent/simple minded/chatty 21 Savage is. Imagine rap n-gga, any n-gga, call Nas irrelevant.”

For 21, he is coming out of his release Her loss The project with Drake, which topped the Billboard 200 this week after collecting north of 400,000 units equivalent to the entire album in sales in the first week.

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Drake and 21’s joint LP reportedly generated one of the biggest streaming weeks ever with an estimated 500 million streams. It’s Drake’s second No. 2 hit of the year on the Billboard 200, following his seventh studio album. Honestly, don’t carewhich arrived in June.

Meanwhile, 21 Savage expressed regret for the comments he made about the delay of Bankroll Fresh.

During the 2016 interview with VladTV21 expressed his frustration that his friend No Plug – who was seen on camera engaging in a physical fight with Bankroll Fresh before he was fatally shot – was portrayed as the “hater” responsible for the Atlanta rapper’s murder.

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In a recent sit down with Akademiks for him Close the record podcast, 21 Savage said that he now regrets making those comments, and that he should not have spoken ill of the dead.

“I’m not lying, rest in peace Bankroll. I’m some kid, a fool just talk a lot – too much shit when the shit is happened,” the Slaughter leader said. “And I reached out and tried to fix that shit right after it happened, but the n-ggas felt how they felt and I understood it so I fell down.”

He continued: “But I know I was wrong. After I saw that shit, about my mother, I knew I was wrong for talking about that kind of shit because it has nothing to do with me. you It’s just some young n-gga.”


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