21 Savage Finally Shares His Thoughts About Drake & Metro Boomin's Beef

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21 Savage has finally opened up about Drake and Metro Boomin's beef several months after their issues became a hot topic in Hip-Hop.

In the early hours of Monday, May 13, the Her Loss rapper hopped on Instagram Live to connect with his fans. The comments were filled with fans who wanted to know his take on Drizzy and Young Metro's feud. Although he didn't appreciate their questions, 21 gave them some insight anyways.

“Bruh, aye, don’t be coming on my muthaf**kin’ Live talking about no muthaf**kin’ beef,” he told his followers. “Metro my brother and Drake my brother. They gon’ figure that s**t out eventually.”

21 Savage's choice to remain neutral in the feud shouldn't surprise fans. 21 and Metro have a solid track record of making undoubtable hits together stemming back to the Atlanta-based rapper's breakthrough 2016 project Savage Mode, which was a collaborative EP with Metro. The duo joined forces on plenty of records since then including albums like Without Warning with Offset and Savage Mode II.

Meanwhile, 21 and Drake have also worked together numerous times since they first appeared on "Sneakin" together in 2016. Since then, they've worked on songs like "Mr. Right Now," "Knife Talk" and "Jimmy Cooks." They also teamed up on their own collaborative album Her Loss in 2022.

Drake and Metro Boomin's beef had been brewing way before he dropped WE DON'T TRUST YOU with Future. When the explosive album arrived, some fans were quick to notice 21 didn't make any supportive posts about the project. As the diss tracks continued to flow in, 21 refused to comment as the great rap war between Drake, Metro, Kendrick Lamar and others. Now it's clear exactly where he stands.

See what The Breakfast Club thinks of the situation below.


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