21 Savage Contests Critics On Twitter Over His Violent Lyrics

21 Savage is shutting down criticism over his lyrics, letting followers know his phrases aren’t an “instruction manual” for all times.

The 29-year-old surfaced on Twitter Monday to defend the violent tales he typically narrates in his tune lyrics after tweeting a message about gun violence in Atlanta.

“Atlanta we have to do better put the f****** guns down!” he tweeted.

A Twitter consumer rapidly swooped in, replying to the Atlanta-based rapper’s message with a GIF of a person wanting confused alongside a few of 21 Savage’s lyrics from “Jimmy Cooks,” his Billboard chart-topping collaboration with Drake.

“Spin the block twice like there ain’t nowhere to park,” the user wrote, referencing the artist’s lyrics within the tune.

“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,” 21 Savage wrote in protection of his lyrics.

“Stop trying to make me one-dimensional,” he added.

Final yr, 21 Savage equally got here underneath hearth for advocating for extra love within the universe on Twitter.

“I wish all this violence would stop it seems like it’s more hate than love in the universe right now!” he wrote on the time.

Twitter customers reminded him about his brutal lyrics in a slew of tweets.

“How about you start by rapping less about guns and violence and concentrate more on LOVE @21savage,” one individual tweeted.

“You rap about killing ppl,” one other Twitter consumer wrote.

In 2020, 21 Savage launched “Savage Mode II,” his third collaborative album with producer Metro Boomin, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart.