21 Savage speaks Yoruba with Doja Cat's lookalike


During Adin Ross’s live stream, 21 Savage was seen speaking Yoruba to a woman who looked like a Doja Cat lookalike.

The video has gone viral on social media, with many fans speculating about the woman's identity and the context of the conversation. While it's unclear what they were discussing, the video has sparked interest in 21 Savage's cultural background and his collaborations with other artists.

Nigerian fans have speculated that the greetings were similar to those done by Ifa traditionalists. In 2021, 21 Savage had announced that he was Ifa and had been since childhood.

21 Savage, a rapper from Atlanta, has been making waves in the music industry with his unique style and collaborations with other artists. In 2023, he collaborated with Burna Boy on the hit song Sittin' on Top of the World, which earned him a nomination for Best Melodic Rap Performance at the 2024 Grammy Awards.

At the same awards show, he made his debut performance on the Grammy stage, performing Sittin' on Top of the World with Burna Boy and Brandy. 21 Savage's collaboration with Burna Boy has been groundbreaking for both artists, as it marks the first time an Afrobeats artist has performed at the Grammy Awards. The performance was creatively directed by renowned dancer and music director Fatimah Robinson, who has worked with the likes of Michael Jackson, Mary J Blige, and Beyoncé.

While 21 Savage's conversation in Yoruba during Adin Ross's livestream is an enigma, it's clear that the rapper is making a name for himself in the music industry and breaking barriers with his collaborations. Fans can look forward to more exciting projects from 21 Savage in the future.

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