21 Savage, the Atlanta-born rapper, also known as Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, has been making lifestyle changes lately, but it’s clear from his behavior that you can take the person out of the ghetto, but not the ghetto out of the person. In a video published by TMZ, the clip shows 21 Savage talking with another big group of people.
Supposedly, the men got into a fight over a woman, after someone called her a name or insulted her. The video published by the organization shows the men throwing punches and 21 Savage can be seen in the middle of the brawl.
Thankfully, he didn’t fire any shots, and the police didn’t have to arrest anyone either. As for who took the video, it isn’t clear at the moment, but that person must’ve made good money when they sold the footage to the tabloid news organization.
In other news, 21 Savage recently dished on a new change he made to his persona and accessory styles, or lack-there-of. During a chat with reporters from Vogue, the rapper explained why he has chosen to stop wearing jewelry.
Savage explained that he stopped wearing jewelry for a couple of reasons, one is that everyone else is wearing it. And he can’t help the contrarian side of him that wants to be an individual and separate himself from the herd.
Another reason is that he “outgrew it,” and he’s “getting a little wiser and growing.” And the final reason is a surprising one. The rapper explained that he has met some very wealthy people in his life now that he’s a successful rapper, and almost none of them wear jewelry.
Savage explained that ever since he ditched the idea of spending big bucks on jewelry, he’s been getting “way richer.” And that holds true for a lot of entrepreneurs out there.
Doug McMillan, the CEO of Walmart, is known for his casual style of address, as well as the Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg.
However, in recent news, Zuckerberg’s “laid-back” style seems a lot less charming, considering his testimony before Congress for selling off personal user data to the highest bidders, including Chinese companies flagged by the US government for being threats to national security.