21 Savage’s recent appearance on Clubhouse left Freddie Gibbs and Ice-T shocked. The Her Loss rapper hopped on the platform where he engaged in a heated argument over Chicago’s murder rate, basically leading to a potentially incriminating admission.
“Every n**a that we beef with, 30 of they n***as get smoked and don’t nothing happen to us!” he said.
Following the recent crackdown on Atlanta gangs, 21 Savage’s comments left many disturbed that he’d make such a claim on a highly publicized platform.
“N***az arguing over who killed the most n***az on clubhouse,” he wrote alongside a facepalm emoji.
Niggaz arguing over who killed the most niggaz on clubhouse 🤦🏿♂️lol
— Big 🐰 (@FreddieGibbs) January 17, 2023
Ice-T chimed in on Gibbs’ tweet afterward. He said that he feels law enforcement created Clubhouse as a tool to nab criminals. “I actually think that app was created by the police. Especially for Dumb MFs,” he added.
I actually think that app was created by the police. Especially for Dumb MFs.
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) January 17, 2023
21’s comments also led Atlanta-based journalist, George Chidi, to share some advice. Chidi has closely followed the YSL RICO trial, as well as the ongoing investigations in Atlanta.
“Rappers who think APD and the attorney general’s office don’t listen to Clubhouse are talking in a public forum on recorded audio about committing murders,” he wrote. “Gentlemen. Stop living in a Key & Peele sketch.”
Rappers who think APD and the attorney general's office don't listen to Clubhouse are talking in a public forum on recorded audio about committing murders.
Gentlemen. Stop living in a Key & Peele sketch. https://t.co/xG5RPFqe3r
— George Chidi (find me on Mastodon) (@neonflag) January 17, 2023
Rappers in Atlanta are clearly being monitored heavily these days. During Young Thug’s trial, the judge read his lyrics from “Slime Shit” aloud in court. Though his defense team attempted to have the lyrics dismissed from evidence, a judge has yet to rule on the motion.