The beginning of this conflict dates back to July of 2015, when 21 boldly stated that Kylie would be his via Twitter.
“Kylie Jenner Gone Be Mine She Need A Real Savage,” he tweeted.
Fast forward to November 21, when the 2016 XXL Freshman emcee tweeted out a photo of Kylie wearing nothing but a t-shirt. The pic was accompanied by several “lovely eyes” emojis.
“I’d tear that a** up,” he told the cameraman
A snippet of a Tyga diss song appeared online Friday, December 2. It references 21 receiving a Ferrari from Drake for his 24th birthday last month.
“Why you got one car in a 12-car garage/ sucking d*** for a Ferrari, make sure you lick the balls,” T-Raww raps.
The “Rack City” hit maker also posted an Instagram photo of himself and Kylie with the caption quoting a line from the song “Imaginary Players” byJay Z: “Selling records being you, but still you want to be me.”
21 fired back by posting a Kylie photo on IG with the caption: “Shout out to my boss b****** wifing n*****.”
Several threatening videos from the “No Heart” rapper also popped up online.
In one of the he raps:
“Eeny meeny miny mo, catch a rapper by the toe/ If he diss me I’ma buck, buck, buck!” he says while pointing a gun at the camera.
“You playing with the wrong one, f*ckboy. I’m gonna kill your b!tch a$$. Not lying, b!tch. Straight up. I’ve got motherf*cking money to get, b!tches to f*ck, p*ssy a$$ n!ggas to kill and now you on my list,” 21 threatens in another video.
“it ain’t dat serious mf posting old a$$ videos this sh!t done went to far it was funny at first,” he tweeted. it ain’t dat serious mf posting old ass videos this shit done went to far it was funny at first
Dee Beasley is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of FreshAsFrankie.com. After starting out as a musician-producer he went on to study the music business and work in Urban Promotions, followed by artist management. Mr. Beasley entrepreneurial spirit has led him to launch numerous businesses in music and fashion marketing. He’s a huge fan of the ’80s and ’90s Hip Hop and R&B, and he’s a firm believer that Hip Hop Music will never die.