21 Savage, a famed rap artist, was caught in an intense dispute this past Monday on the social media platform Clubhouse. The app is an audio-sharing space that somewhat resembles call-in radio since you enter “Rooms” to listen or partake in varying discussions.
The Slaughter Gang member is heard in the clip having a misunderstanding with an app user from Chicago. what instigated the argument is yet unknown. The conversation ended with 21 threatening that the person will die over and over again.
Before the comment, the rapper boasts about the multitude of murderers his gang has committed:
“You waited for this moment your whole life, so you could argue with a n***a on Clubhouse…You keep letting all these Chicago n***as boost your head up like y’all n***as ain’t dying in real life, man. Stop playing...every n***a that we beef with, 30 of they n***as get smoked and don’t nothing happen to us.”
thousands of people were listening to the conversation. the clip spread across the fandom and other online users, adding up to thousands of views and likes.
In response to the viral confession and threats, activist Shaun King took to Instagram. He wrote that he was disappointed in the public conversation by ridiculing the artist for admitting to murder, rather than condemning the horrific violence of the gang. He also admits how sad the situation makes him because of the “ease and pride in which  bragged about what is basically mass murder” and how easily people accepted it.
King sympathizes with 21 Savage because of how much the performer believes in the crimes he has committed. He urges people to “reject murder culture,” mainly detailing gun violence and the terrors it has incited in communities.
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