21 Savage Recalls On Being Shot 6Xs On His 21st Birthday

21 Savage recently sat down with Shannon Sharpe for an episode on podcast Club Shay Shay. Shannon's Club Shay Shay podcast just broke the internet about two weeks ago with his famous Katt Williams interview, which still has social media users re-creating snippets from the colorful interview.

21 Savage shared his story of being shot 6 times on his 21st birthday. He described in detail the shootout that took place while in a car. For almost ten minutes 21 recapped the scary situation where his gun jammed, to then him and the assailant tussled over his gun and being shot yet again in that moment. His friend was in the car fighting for his life unknowingly to Savage. The whole ordeal seemed like a movie before his eyes he explained to Shannon.

Below 21 Savage also spoke on parenthood; which has fans surprised by his comments.

21 said it's better being a broke parent compared to being rich because broke parents have more time to spend with their kids. Not to put words in his mouth, but I think fam was speaking on having a hectic schedule 365 days a year makes it a bit challenging to provide the quality time that kids need. He explained that rich parents can buy all the gifts in the world but there are just moments in a child's life monetary objects do not matter.

The British-American rapper was born in London with Atlanta, Georgia grooming him into the man he is today. He's a long way away from his 2013 career start coming off joint album success with Drake on Her Loss. It was released on November 4, 2022, through OVO Sound and Republic Records. The album features one guest appearance from Travis Scott.

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21 Savage's new project American Dream is off to a good start. "Redrum" hit Billboard Hot 100 top 5. With more than 120k copies sold.

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