21 Savage has confronted Adin Ross after the streamer apparently paid Playboi Carti $2 million for making a cameo appearance on one of his livestreams.

A masked up Carti appeared on Ross’ Kick stream on Sunday night (February 4) following the 2024 Grammy Awards, where the rapper performed alongside Travis Scott.

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After Carti arrived wearing a black mask gifted to him by Kanye West, the streamer pulled out a duffel bag filled with cash and handed it to the rapper, to which he gave Ross a hug.

Despite the handsome fee, King Vamp said little and stuck around for only about six minutes before leaving to go to the studio.

21 Savage, who recently made a controversial appearance on Adin Ross’ stream, later phoned the gamer while he was on air to quiz him about the payment to Playboi Carti.

A stunned Savage asked Ross: “$2 million, bro?!” although the streamer denied that was the full amount that Carti was paid.

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The British-born rapper then said: “Why the fuck you ain’t pay me, bro? That’s crazy, bro. I ain’t gonna lie, bro, that’s fucked up, bro.”

Ross replied: “Brother! I was gonna buy you cars and shit. What the fuck do you mean?”

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21 answered: “$2 million for six minutes, bro? You paid for six minutes,” but the streamer continued to deny that Carti was paid for his appearance, to which the “No Heart” rapper countered: “I just seen you give him a bag of cash.”

The streamer then tried to convince 21 that they would make money together but the rapper wasn’t having it, commenting: “Bro, we gotta have a talk when I see you.”

21 Savage appeared on Adin Ross’ show last week to much online controversy after the two began gambling on cards.

The Atlanta rapper allegedly tried to scam Ross for $120,000 over a high-stakes dice game after he was caught using what appeared to be marked cards.

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When Ross noticed that he had been scammed after inspecting the cards they played with, 21 Savage denied having any prior knowledge of the markings.

Ross addressed the chat after showing the rap star the marked cards, saying: “Listen, I’ma be honest, chat, they’re not his cards. I know he’s not gonna do that to me.”

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Savage later paid Ross $250,000 but some fans think it was a publicity stunt as the rapper began selling cards and dice on his website shortly after.