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21 Savage speaks out against violence

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21 Savage, not so savage wishes all violence to cease.

Although the Atlanta rapper is named 21 Savage, expect a world without savages. In a tweet, the Slaughter Gang artist sent his uplifting message through his 4.3 million followers.

He said at random: “I wish all this violence would stop, it seems that there is more hate than love in the universe right now!”

While we have no idea what caused 21 to express that thought, we do know that the rapper who emerged from songs with violent content is cleaning up his image.

Over the years in Atlanta, 21 has done a lot to improve the community. Last year, he launched a nationwide virtual financial literacy program, which was also accompanied by $ 1,000 scholarships for high school students across the United States.

It also runs an annual ‘Issa Back 2 School Drive’ drive in Decatur, Georgia and prior to the pandemic, the drive gave more than 2,300 children’s backpacks containing school supplies, uniforms, and sneakers. Free haircuts, health screenings, and other activities were also offered to those who attended.

21 also donated $ 15,000 to the nonprofit Juma to help them in their efforts to get young people to open bank accounts and educate them in financial literacy.

Despite what the “A Lot” rapper is rapping, 21’s actions speak louder than his lyrics.

Do you agree with Savage that we are seeing more hate than love in the universe? Share your thoughts below.


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