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21 Savage Addresses Chris Brown’s Meme Trolling

21 Savage Addresses Chris Brown's Meme Trolling

21 Savage Addresses Chris Brown’s Meme Trolling

Fans really cried for justice when they knew 21 Savage was facing the risk of being deported, it happened after ICE arrested and detained the talented rapper, 21 Savage. Today, 21 Savage Addresses the Chris Brown Meme.

It’s a surprise when we got to know that 21 Savage is of British background.

The shock only make the Internet community talk about the saga around the possible deportation for a number of days.

It’s not a new news that a meme surfaced, focusing on immigration status of 21 Savage.

The mockery was shared by the general public and also some of the renowned music celebrities.

We all know that Chris Brown jumped on the comedic flow at the moment and subsequently, his gestures cooked up more controversies than expected.

Migos rapper, Offset who happened to speak against the issue.

Offset didn’t see Chris Brown’s joke a little issue and as expected, 21 Savage talked about the whole issue during an interview with The New York Times.

Normally, the meme circumstance is inconsequential considering the magnitude of his immigration case.

He claimed that; “It’s like my worst nightmare,” he continued; “That’s why it’s always been trying to get corrected.”

21 Savage Talks About The Chris Brown Meme Trolling

The statements by the rapper are as follow; “It ain’t about the meme, it’s about the bigger picture.”

“But I done been through way worse things in my life than somebody putting me on a meme,” he stated.

He continued, “I been shot — what is a meme? A meme is nothing.”

“That’s something on the internet that I can do like this [turns over phone] and never see again.”

“I look at bullet scars every day, so it’s like, a meme, bro?” he asked.

“It’s like we gonna put you in jail and we gonna make you fight your case the slowest you can fight it so that you just want to go home”.

“Nobody wants to sit in jail, especially if they don’t have the money to fight it and they ain’t been to court in three months.” 

It’s apparent that when detained and while dealing with the “impossible” predicament, the situation took a toll on his psyche.

We wish 21 Savage well. Protection Status

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