Georgia has declared December 21 to be “21 Savage Day”:
21 Savage is capping off a tremendous year by being honoured with his own day in the state of Georgia. According to TMZ, December 21st will henceforth be recognised as “21 Savage Day” to honour the rapper’s humanitarian work and legacy.
The annual Grant-A-Wish event, which 21 Savage hosted in Georgia this past Wednesday, gave dozens of nearby families the opportunity to pick up free items for the Christmas season. The “a lot” rapper received his own day at the event and received praise for his charitable work.
According to TMZ, 21 Savage actively participated in the ceremony and assisted his Leading By Example Foundation in distributing the wrapped presents to various families.
During the event, Billy Mitchell, a Georgia state representative, used the opportunity to proclaim December 21 as “21 Savage Day.” Along with a signed certificate, the two also posed for a picture.
The rapper had a busy year, releasing the well-liked collaborative mixtape with Drake, Her Loss, in November. With singles like “Rich Flex,” the album immediately climbed to the top of the Billboard 200 album list.
The 30-year-old also appeared on a number of tracks in 2022, including Calvin Harris’ “New Money” and Gunna’s “thought I was playing.”
The London-born rapper got into trouble last month after saying on Clubhouse that Nas was no longer relevant. “I just think he has a strong following. He continued, “He still creates wonderful songs.
Soon later, the New York rapper said he was working on the tune “One Mic, One Gun” with 21 Savage. Additionally, Nas made it apparent that there was no animosity between the two when promoting the song on Instagram.
With his latest collaboration with Drake, “Her Loss,” 21 Savage achieved his third consecutive number-one debut album on the Billboard 200 chart.
21 Savage wrote, adding, “That’s what it’s all about.
The day is dedicated to the musician’s contributions to the community, including his Bank Account Campaign, which teaches “underserved youngsters financial literacy.”
The nonprofit organisation also “provides scholarships, access to bank accounts and job placement for youths and students alike” in addition to offering free financial classes.
In 2018, the Leading By Example Foundation was established.
Last year, 21 Savage (real name Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph) and the financial technology company Chime collaborated to provide 100 $1,000 scholarships to high school students who successfully finished the six-course online curriculum offered by Bank Account at Home.
The rapper’s Bank Account Campaign, which was launched months into the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, has a virtual equivalent in Bank Account at Home.
On Wednesday, 21 Savage seems ecstatic to be giving back to his neighbourhood for the fourth consecutive year.
The rapper mixed with the crowd once inside, and a huge graffiti-style wall with his name was situated in front of one section of the bleachers.
He was joined by his mother Heather Carmillia Joseph, who was dressed in a sophisticated all-black attire with a vivid red cardigan.
A handful of wide-eyed kids sporting vivid red Santa hats received gifts from 21 Savage directly.
Although he was escorted by many security personnel, the Rich Flex hitmaker appeared to be at ease mingling with Atlantans.
Several of the gifts, including a football for one small child, had his signature as well.
The many gifts were spread out on a large table and under a huge Christmas tree, all wrapped in bright holiday-themed paper.
In October, 21 Savage offered his fans to brand-new songs in addition to serving the community.
On October 28, he released Her Loss, a joint album with rapper Drake.
Drake and 21, whose real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, have previously collaborated on a variety of tracks, including Knife Talk, Mr. Right Now, and many others.
The phrase “Jimmy Brooks” was a reference to Drake’s character from Degrassi: The Next Generation.
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