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Wack 100 Sounds Off On 21 Savage Comments On Nas’s Relevancy In Hip-Hop Today, “Ring Doorbell Makes Him Relevant”

Recently 21 Savage talks about the relevance of Nas on Clubhouse He said, “I don’t feel like he’s relevant,” he explained. “I just feel like he got a loyal fan base. He still makes good music.” While on the call, 21 was asked about his definition of relevance. ‘Mostly connected or appropriate to what is being done to be taken into consideration,’ he then said in response.

After 21 Savage’s comment went viral, Nas brother, Jungle saw the comment and replied, 21 Savage is trash. Glad Nas dropped KD3 so fans can hear real bars,” Jungle, also known as Jabari Jones,” said.

Savage then clarified his comment on Clubhouse.

 “I would never disrespect Nas or any legend who paved the way for me y’all be tryna take stuff and run with it, said 21.

On Thursday, Wack 100 weighed in on the conversation.

“See, motherf***er think shallow, and even for him to let that come out his mouth because n***s like that fade away, right? The motherf***er that he looked up to, the motherf***er that helped him out with s*** like immigration and s***, attorneys and s*** all that,” said Wack.

“You see that PTR [of Ring] that makes him relevant n***. That makes him more relevant than mother f***ing rapper right now. See that the fact that he’s one of the owners of Ring doorbell makes him suitable. We’re going to talk about relevancy n***. A cross the motherf***ing Globe, right?”

These n*** be shallower with their thoughts see he’s talking about does he have a song out right now. See there’s going to come a day where he doesn’t have a song out but guess what he got out every motherf***ing day. Guess who talking about it whether the social media because it called to

murder or90 percent of the people on this stage got a motherf***ing ring at their house somewhere.”

What do you think?

Written by Byron Nelson

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