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Chris Brown Tells Offset to ‘Fight Me’ After Posting Meme Mocking 21 Savage

February 7, 2019 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
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Chris Brown and Offset are now feuding after Brown posted to Instagram mocking 21 Savage. As TMZ reports, Brown shared a video of Savage mocking him for being from the UK and not from Atlanta as the rapper maintained. You can see that post below, which has UK rapper/comedian Big Shaq’s voice edited into a Savage video. Offset, who has been friends with Savage for years, commented on the video saying that “Memes ain’t funny” which set Brown off.

And I mean, set him OFF. Brown responded to that with an almost all-caps post filled with expletives that read,

“F**K YOU LIL BOY. BETTER WORRY ABOUT WHAT U GOT GOING AND FOCUS ON ‘YOU.’ All this cap on IG IS WHATS LAME.. YO ENERGY WONT LIKE 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***A. CALL ME PERSONALLY. U WANT SOME CLOUT WHEN ALL U GOTTA DO IS PULL UP No camera no flexing and all at!!! IF YOU A REAL MAN FIGHT ME. OH AND ANOTHER THING, SUCK MY D**K!”

So yeah, that escalated quickly. Brown went on to fire some more shots, saying, “If he don’t get his EARTH WIND AND FIRE pootytang space suits WEARING CAP ASS LIL BOY da f*** out my comments and off my d***.” I’m not sure quite what he’s saying here, but I think the overall gist is clear.

The feud comes after Savage was arrested by ICE in Atlanta, claiming that he had overstayed his visa and has been placed into removal proceedings. Savage’s lawyer acknowledges that his client was born in the UK, but legally came to the US when he was seven and “remained in the United States until 2005, when he departed for approximately one month to visit the United Kingdom. He returned to the United States under a valid H-4 visa on July 22, 2005. Mr. Abraham-Joseph has been continuously physically present in the United States for almost 20 years, except for a brief visit abroad. Unfortunately, in 2006 Mr. Abraham-Joseph’s legal status expired through no fault of his own.”

Offset seemingly responded to Brown via Instagram story, saying, “Coke head don’t want [smoke].”