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21 Savage has expressed his regrets over remarks he made about Bankroll Fresh, which was later cancelled. bankroll fresh.

In a 2016 interview with VladTV 21 expressed his displeasure that his pal No Plug – who was caught on camera engaged with Bankroll Fresh in an physical struggle with Bankroll in the moments prior to when his death and was portrayed as an “hater” responsible for the Atlanta rapper’s murder.

“My point of view, man, I really feel like they tried to paint a bad picture on my brother and try to make him look like a hater and there was some envy, jealousy type shit,” 21 was quoted in the moment.

He added: “[The story] sounded like your best friend betrayed you and killed you for no reason because you a rapper, that’s what they made it seem like.”

In a recent chat together with Akademiks on the Off The Record podcast, 21 Savage stated that he regrets his comments and also that the way he spoke was not right. of the deceased.

“I don’t tell you the truth I’m sorry Bankroll. I was with a young, stupid, just talking-too-much crap when that happened,” the Slaughter Gang leader explained. “And I reached out and tried to fix that shit like right after that happened, but n-ggas already felt how they felt and I understood it so I fell back.”

He added: “But I knew I was in error. After I saw the shit on my mother I realized I was not right in my opinion about this kind of shit, because it did have anything to do with me at all. It was just a young N-GGa hit.”

21 Savage said that the pair of him and No Plug remain close to each other However, the two faced issues after the interview was released. 21 Savage said during a talk show that the fans were not “vibing” to his music more than usual however he explained that it was because the singer had been “on some sucka shit” and didn’t believe that his VladTV interviews could have anything to do with the issue.

“You know, I’m just young, just doing shit, moving around so I’m not even thinking of it when it happen,” 21 explained. “So I really didn’t even remember that I did that until I seen the clip, and I instantly — on my mama, on my kids — I felt lame as hell.”

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In this interview 21 Savage said one thing he was not regretting was his push to Drake to let loose his controversial lyrics that were featured on their album Her Loss, which dropped in the last week. It’s expected to be released at the top of the pile at. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Both critics and fans alike had plenty of opinions about Drizzy’s supposed subliminal snarks about Megan Thee Stallion, Kanye West, DRAM and Serena Williams’ husband.

“You know I’m pointing it out, like when he send me the songs, I’m pointing out what I heard,” 21 said to Ak. “I’m telling him”Yeah, n-gga Talk about to him about that is a shit. It’s true that it’s me gassing him. I’m right behind him. Whatever he’s standing on, I’m on it too. Tell me what you think”n-gga.”