'Savage Mode II' debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in October and remains on the chart 13 weeks later, but 21 Savage still feels kind of underrated. This is how he's asserting his GOAT status with a laugh.
If 2021 is anyone's time to shine, it's probably 21 Savage's. His name makes up half the year itself and given the way he ended 202*, you know, securing a Morgan Freeman feature, things are looking good.
So, when he came across a trailer full of goats at a gas station, the Atlanta artist naturally thought they resembled him: "Damn, look at all them 21 Savages. Hey, 21 Savages!"
The GOAT whisperer? A few of the animals seemed to reply, "Maaa." 21 expected as much: "See, they said wassup back." Wild.
Fans on Twitter noted how there are numerous other modern-day GOATS to consider: Drake, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. Lil Baby put baby goats on the cover of his album, 'My Turn,' and it went on to become the highest-selling album last year, earning more than 2.6 million copies.
But can any of these dudes chop it up with goats? Didn't think so.
View this post on Instagram
Jokes aside, everyone can agree 21 is one of the most in-demand rappers out there. His manager Stone Mound Meezy confirmed this fact on Monday when he revealed that a verse from his client costs no less than $1 million.
"Dawg a 21 Savage feature is 6 FIGURES," he tweeted. "y’all gotta stop wit da 'check ya dm bra u playin; lol naw cause when u get hit wit da ticket u ain’t built for it."
Jokes for days: This huge asking price has helped expand both his "Bank Account" and designer wardrobe, which is why he didn't hesitate to clown YK Osiris and his now infamous Gucci jacket.