Metro Boomin Kicked Out of Live Stream by 21 Savage for Roasting Him Over Drake-Kendrick Lamar Beef

Metro Boomin is quickly shut down by 21 Savage on live stream after jokingly calling him 'OVO Savage' for taking a neutral stance in the Drake and Kendrick Lamar rap feud.

AceShowbiz - 21 Savage and Metro Boomin are close pals but they are currently standing at a crossroads of friendship and loyalty, as tensions rise between Drake and Kendrick Lamar. The connection between these artists becomes more complex as Metro Boomin stands on the opposite end of Drake, placing 21 Savage in an undeniably uncomfortable position.

Despite the mounting pressure from some fans to choose a side, 21 Savage has remained staunchly diplomatic. He has publicly stated his belief that both sides can find a way to resolve their differences, reflecting his commitment to maintaining peace within his circle of friends.

Recently, the dynamics between these artists were put on display during an Instagram Live session between 21 Savage and Metro Boomin. The rapper roasted 21 Savage from the comments section, changing Savage's moniker into "OVO Savage" as an apparent jab at the latter's reluctance to pick sides. For those who don't know, OVO is a brand owned by Drake.

Once 21 noticed Metro's comments, he promptly kicked Metro out of the live stream, even jokingly threatening to block him. Taking it a step further, 21 borrowed Drake's lyric from the track "Push Ups" to respond to Metro, "Metro shut your h*e as* up and make some drums n***a."

While some fans might interpret these exchanges as indications of deeper animosities, the friendship between Metro and 21 Savage has spanned nearly a decade. This insight into their relationship is a reminder of the human connections that underpin the very public world of hip-hop.

As the music community continues to watch these developments unfold, the hope remains that friendships and collaborations can endure despite the rifts.

Snoop Dogg is another star who chose to stay neutral in the Drake and Kendrick Lamar feud. "Those are my nephews. I'm not in the middle of it. I support both of them," he said.

He even praised both of them, "As far as what they did for the industry and the rap game, they made you rap again. You can't mumble your way and gimmick your way to a song no more, buddy. So, thank y'all."

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