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21 Savage Appears To Take A Swipe At Gunna On New Album

By Daryl Nelson
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21 Savage's new album American Dream is here. It arrived on Friday, January 12, and he seems to diss Gunna on the song "Letter to My Brudda."

"Once you cross that line, it ain’t no tryin’ to fix it / You want me to forgive you, let’s be realistic/ I can’t kick it with your kind like I tore my meniscus / How you go from co-defendant to a f*ckin’ witness?/ They’ll stand on couches with you, but won’t stand on business/ Woah, I watched everybody turn on my brother like he ain’t have ’em out here flyin’ jets and f*ckin’ bitches/ This sh*t ridiculous," rhymes Savage.

If his lyrics are aimed at Gunna, the A Gift & a Curse rapper has been accused of informing on Young Thug in the feds' RICO case against him and YSL.

Lil Baby also went at Gunna recently, but Thugger's father, Jeffery Williams Sr., told him to stop.

What's your opinion on Savage's new song?

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