AceShowbiz - Offset and Chris Brown are the latest celebrities involved in a social media feud. The two have been throwing jabs at each other after the "With You" hitmaker posting a 21 Savage meme, seemingly making fun of the British rapper's legal issue and potential deportation.
Chris shared on Instagram a video of 21's 2016 "XXL Freshman" cypher, in which his verse was replaced with the vocals of Big Shaq, a U.K.-based rapper/comedian. He captioned it, "CMON FAM, STOP PLAYING WIT DA MANS DEM."
Offset made sure Chris knows he didn't agree with him regarding 21's situation, commenting on the insensitive post, "Memes ain't funny lame." And Chris wasn't going to just sit back after reading the rapper's comment, as he responded to Offset's comment with a full-on rant.
"F**k you lil boy. Better worry about what u got going and focus on 'you," he wrote on the comment section. "All this cap on IG is what's lame. Yo energy wont [sic] that when I came to Drake show in LA. If you don't get yo a hip a hop a hibbet a hibbet to the hip hip hop and ya don't stop the rockin facea** out of my comments. Sensitive a** n**ga."
The father of Royalty went on challenging Offset to a fight. "Call me personally. U want some clout when all u gotta do is pull up [...] If you a real man fight me," he added. "Oh and another thing, suck my d**k!"
Chris didn't stop there. He then reposted his heated exchange with Offset on Instagram Stories and wrote on the screengrab, "If he don't get his EARTH WIND AND FIRE pootytang space suits WEARING CAP A** LIL BOY da f**k out my comments and off my d**k."
Offset seemingly responded to Chris' challenge in a now-deleted post on Instagram Stories. He wrote, "C*okehead don't want no [smoke]."
21 Savage is facing deportation after he was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Atlanta, Georgia on Sunday, February 3 amid allegations that he is actually a Brit who overstayed his visa. His attorney Dina LaPolt claimed it's all one big "misunderstanding."
The "Bank Account" spitter then released a statement confirming that he was born in the U.K. and has been in the U.S. since the age of 7, not 12 as earlier claimed by ICE. He said that he only left the U.S. for a month in 2005 to visit the U.K. before returning with a valid visa.