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21 Savage Roasted by Ryan Garcia after outing Devin Haney

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21 Savage was on the receiving end of a shot from boxer Ryan Garcia, who threw shade after the rapper walked out on Garcia’s opponent, Devin Haney, before their fight.

After backstage footage emerged of the rapper chilling in Haney’s dressing room, followed by Savage’s “walk-out” with Haney, Garcia took to X, formerly known as Twitter, on Sunday (April 21) to make a slick comment to make.

“This proves 21 is not a savage,” he wrote.

This became apparent shortly afterwards Garcia dedicated his boxing victory to “all the children” who had been victims of sex trafficking — a fact made even more symbolic by Haney’s rumored friendship with Diddy.

Boxing drama aside, 21 Savage has been making headlines for all the right reasons lately.

It was recently announced that the British expat was the only rapper to make it to this year’s edition TIME List of 100 most influential people.

On Wednesday (April 17) TIME released its annual “Most Influential People” list for 2024, with the Atlanta native being the only hip-hop artist recognized.

Burna Boy (who is also on the list) wrote the Without warning hitmaker’s blurb, which reads: “I trust my gut when it comes to my music and collaborations, and I’m naturally drawn to artists like 21 Savage – those who stay grounded in their beliefs and consistently defy the limitations placed on them are imposed. ”

It continues: “Like 21, I know what it’s like to rise above challenging beginnings, and that makes his success all the more remarkable. Throughout his work – including his latest album, American Dream, which begins with his mother’s reflection on their immigration story – 21 maintains an authenticity that resonates deeply.

“His approach to rap is refreshingly sincere; he speaks to us in a recognizable way and navigates effortlessly through the complexity of the genre. Whether he addresses weighty topics or offers moments of levity, his delivery remains convincing.”

It concludes: “I recently had the privilege of sharing one of my biggest milestones with 21, performing with him at the Grammys. I am excited to witness the greater evolution of his artistry and the impact he continues to make on the world stage.”

Despite TIMECourtesy of Charlamagne Tha God recently named another artist the most influential rapper of the past decade.

Latto jokingly blamed for 21 Savage's new look: 'What are you feeding him?'

Latto jokingly blamed for 21 Savage’s new look: ‘What are you feeding him?’

During an episode of the Brilliant idiots podcast with Andrew Schulz earlier this month, the radio personality had high praise for Future’s career since his emergence in early 2010.

While discussing the reignited rivalry between Kendrick Lamar, Drake and J. Cole, the Breakfast club host said: “They talk about a Big Three, but actually there is a Fantastic Four. If you really want to get spicy, Future could be in the Big Three.

He added: “For better or worse, I can find a million Future clones all over the world. I don’t think there’s a rapper who has influenced culture and music more over the past decade than Future. I think Future has influence. People want are Future, people want sound like Future.”