Tyga and Kylie showed how much of a power couple they are when they slayed both drake and 21 Savage in one song. Over the past week, the 21 Savage/Kylie Jenner & Tyga saga has gone from amusing to alarming to serious with each new Instagram update. Previewing a new diss track that already has the world talking
Tyga and Kylie
Last time we checked in, Future was putting the battery in the red-hot Atlanta rapper’s back to “tear” Kylie’s “ass” out the frame and apparently, Tyga isn’t as soft as social media users like to proclaim. The Queen of Snapchat recently previewed an upcoming diss record where her boyfriend swiped 21 Savage’s “No Heart” hit and inserted his own choice lyrics in the mix.
“Why you got one car in a 12-car garage?/Sucking dick for a Ferrari don’t forget to lick the balls,” Tyga raps, an obvious nod to the lavish gift Drake blessed 21 Savage with over a month ago.
Shortly after the mentioned clip went viral, several other social media updates kept the conflict moving right along. Young 21 threw a straight dart during a live performance where he asked, “So what’s with all that Instagram shit, Tyga?” He also hit The Gram to share a pic of his Kardashian crush with the caption: “shoutout to my boss b****** wifing niggas.”
Anyone who has been following Hip Hop social media beef shenanigans over the past couple of years can easily recognize the line as Drake’s nod to Nicki Minaj when he crushed Meek Mill on “Back to Back” and as fate would have it, both The Pinkprint and Meek were caught gawking at the developments just like the rest of the world. While Meek stamped his sign of approval with a like, Nicki couldn’t help but leave a comment, writing “Bars” accompanied with a flame emoji.
Kylie also proved she wasn’t above commenting for the Shade Room to screenshot. When a fan questioned 21 Savage’s thirst-turned-threat tactics, she coldly answered “Cuz that’s what bitches do” with a have-a-nice-day smiley face for good measure.
21 Savage also responded but he seemingly wanted to de-escalate the situation.
“[It] ain’t dat serious mf posting old ass videos this shit done went to far it was funny at first,” he tweeted last night (December 3).