Cut | , , | February 19, 2019

 

ICYMI, 21 Savage was arrested by ICE just over 2 weeks ago due to having a British Citizenship, which could result in possible deportation.

 

Now, as you can imagine, the internet went into meltdown over the immigration case and decided to deal with the turmoil by creating a plethora of memes.

 

A few celebs even jumped on the troll train, including Chris Brown who posted a video of 21 Savage rapping with British rapper Big Shaq‘s voice dubbed over the top.

 

 

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While we expected 21 himself to sound off in his defence of being made a public mockery, Offset was quick to jump on Chris’ case by commenting “Memes ain’t funny lame”.

 

As you can imagine, Breezy set off and another online feud was born.

 

 

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Just when all of this started to blow over, 21 spoke with The New York Times, stating that the whole immigration case was his “worst nightmare”, and that “It ain’t about the meme, it’s about the bigger picture,”

 

“But I done been through way worse things in my life than somebody putting me on a meme,” he continued on. “I been shot — what is a meme? A meme is nothing. That’s something on the internet that I can do like this [turns over phone] and never see again. I look at bullet scars every day, so it’s like, a meme, bro?”

 

Looks like Chris might not resurface just yet after that shutdown. We feel for you, 21.

 

Although 21 was absent from the Grammy’s, go ahead and check out 2019’s highlights for some more celeb-on-celeb drama. 

 

Cover image via Instagram @21savage.