21 Savage Reacts To ‘Rich Flex’ Memes: ‘Oh, Hell No’
The Atlanta native was a guest during a live stream by online personality Kai Cenat, and the pair discussed all the memes that poke fun at Drake’s “21 can you do something for me” line off the song.
The running joke on social media is that Drake was showing off a more sensual side to 21 Savage with the line, and the fan responses have coming thick and fast. Cenat showed 21 a pair of TikTok videos of people dancing to the album opener in a sensual way and the rapper was unamused at what he was seeing.
At one point, the rapper asked if one of the people dancing was an actual male, to which Cenat confirmed. “Oh, hell no,” 21 said. “I thought that was a girl, bro. On God, I did. He look like a girl.”
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Elsewhere in the conversation, Drake called in on FaceTime and bet $121,000 that 21 Savage would be Cenat in a game of NBA 2K23. According to the bet, if Kai Cenat won he would receive the money but if he lost he would have to help Drake set up an event for the youth.
Drake and 21 Savage’s Her Loss was released on November 4, and there’s been a lot of discourse surrounding the album from fans calling Drake zesty for some of his bars and petty for mentioning his ex’s in such a vicious light.
There has also been chatter regarding lines calling Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian a “groupie” and seemingly shading “Munch” sensation Ice Spice.
During a conversation with Akademiks’ Off The Record podcast, 21 Savage revealed he was fully aware of Drizzy’s lyrical darts while making the project and encouraged him to keep the jabs going.
“When he sent me the songs, I’m pointing out what I heard and I tell him like, ‘Yeah, n-gga. Talk that shit,’” 21 said. “You know I’m gassing him. I’m behind him. Whatever he standing on, I’m standing on it, too. So say what you feel, n-gga, ’cause I’m riding.”
While the reactions to Her Loss continue to pour in, Drake and 21 Savage are still focused on the rollout of the album. The latest segment in the fictitious promo run comes courtesy of a performance of “Privileged Rappers,” filmed in the style of the popular YouTube series COLORS.