He also went into depth about the three things Jay-Z said he spends his money on: a chef, a doctor, and a lawyer.
There were a few key takeaways from 21 Savage’s conversation with Math Hoffa and his crew. We’ve covered parts of the lengthy article in which 21 talks about NBA YoungBoy and Lil Durk’s ongoing dispute and if he thinks he can help put an end to it, as well as his thoughts on Young Thug, Gunna, and their suspected YSL collaborators being charged with RICO.
Another event that drew notice was when 21 Savage discussed his detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in 2019. Many people were surprised to hear that Savage was born in London and was not a US citizen at the time.
According to reports, the rapper was held in a detention centre for a week before being released on bail. ICE officials attempted to portray Savage as a criminal who was avoiding the proper chain of command in order to remain in the United States at the time, but the rapper’s attorneys quickly rebutted, claiming that they had been trying to renew his Visa for years and that the government was well aware of his situation.
Meek Mill and Jay-Z were crucial in 21 Savage’s release from jail, he said in an interview with Math Hoffa.
“They kept me because they stated I had a criminal record,” Savage said of his 2014 case, “but the felony conviction was dropped.” “And while I was in jail, I phoned Meek and told him, ‘Bro, I just got locked up.’ He contacted Jay-Z, who sent a lawyer to my case. ” “[Jay-Z] ain’t just doing that sh*t for everybody,” he said.
He was touched by the gesture, especially because he is neither a Roc Nation musician or linked with the rapper’s company. 21 also discussed the three things Jay-Z told him he spends the most money on: a chef, a doctor, and a lawyer, in the footage below from the interview.