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21 Savage has posted on Twitter to address his recent remarks concerning Nas his relevance in the present Hip Hop landscape.

The Slaughter Gang boss irritated some people on the weekend in the Clubhouse room when he declared that Nas isn’t in the spotlight in the present. “I don’t feel like he’s relevant,” Nas stated much to the dismay a lot of listeners. “I don’t feel like Nas is relevant.”

The following the morning of Monday (November 14) 21 took to Twitter to clarify his intent and also to state that his opinion that his words have been twisted in a way that he didn’t want to.

“I would never disrespect nas or any legend who paved the way for me y’all be tryna take stuff and run with it,” 21 wrote, while applauding the Queensbridge iconic image.

When things settled down following his initial comments The British-born rapper expressed his belief that the rap god isn’t in the present However, he still has an “loyal” fan base and produces good music. The debate was centered around the rappers from the ’90s who are dropping albums to this day.

Furious Escobar Fans took on social media to express their displeasure with 21’s violent comments , which included Nas his brother, Jungle, as he took to the Shade Room to insult Savage.

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“21 Savage is trash I’m glad Nas dropped KD3 so fans can hear real bars… 21 can u do something for me,” the rapper wrote.

Nas has released King’s Disease III on Friday (November 11) The album is the third part of his Hit-Boy-produced show that was the first time he received a Grammy Award for. The series is also economically relevant, since each of the two initial installments earned the Top 5 debuts on the Billboard 200.

In terms of 21, he’s just coming from having released the her Loss collaboration together with Drake that has topped in the Billboard 200 this week after it sold more than 400,000 album equivalent units in the first week of sales.

Drake and 21’s LP has been credited with producing one of the largest streaming weeks in history, with an estimated 500 million.