21 Savage nearly got into a fight outside his birthday party in Atlanta over the weekend.
The Savage Mode rapper was celebrating his 31st birthday at Underground Atlanta on Saturday (October 21) when a brawl broke out, with 21 almost getting involved.
In a video posted to X on Monday (October 23), 21 Savage can be seen rushing through a large crowd and approaching a man along with members of his crew, to the point that they butted heads.
Fortunately, both parties were quickly separated and 21 is later seen stood above the crowd in the distance. His cousin and collaborator, Young Nudy, is also seen in the fray.
However, violence still erupted as another clip shows a group of people stomping a man on the ground, before a security guard uses pepper spray to break up the fight and disperse the crowd.
Watch both videos below:
21 Savage stopped a fight from happening at his birthday party in Atlanta's Underground this weekend. pic.twitter.com/dh5asgJFRv
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21 Savage is set to tour Europe later this year after recently resolving his long-standing immigration issues and officially becoming a permanent citizen of the United States.
“She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph followed all applicable Immigration laws since his initial detention by ICE,” his representative Charles H. Kuck said in a statement to HipHopDX.
“His immigration court proceedings have now been terminated and he is a lawful permanent resident of the United States with the freedom to travel internationally.”
The Grammy-winner will perform in several cities throughout November, including Paris, Dusseldorf, Zurich, Berlin, Amsterdam, Manchester, Birmingham and finally London, the place of his birth.
21 Savage made his first trip across the border earlier in October for the final night of his and Drake‘s It’s All a Blur Tour in Toronto.
On the music side, 21’s most recent project, Her Loss, a collaborative project with Drizzy, was released in November 2022 via OVO Sound.
The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with 404,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. It has reportedly been submitted for consideration at the 2024 Grammy Awards, suggesting Drake is back on good terms with the Recording Academy.
21 Savage’s last solo album I Am > I Was came out in 2018, also debuting atop the Billboard 200.