Atlanta rapper 21 Savage wants Meg Thee Stallion know he’s there for her. The hip-hop star returned to Twitter for the first time since July 2 to extend his hand out to her.
21 Savage Loves Meg Thee Stallion
Last night, Savage hit up his Twitter page with a heartfelt message to Stallion. 21 said he wished he could be around Meg and let her know things will be better.
“Wish I could give megan a hug praying for you ❤️” -21 Savage’s Twitter
Heading into Tuesday, rap star 50 Cent stepped forward to apologize to Stallion. Fifty said he didn’t realize the severity of Meg’s injury and apologized for using a meme to poke fun at her.
“D*mn I didn’t think this sh*t was real,🤦♂️It sounded so crazy @theestallion i’m glad your feeling better and i hope you can accept my apology. I posted a meme that was floating around. I wouldn’t have done that if i knew you was really hurt sorry. 🤷🏽♂️” -50 Cent’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
This past weekend, Chrissy Teigen delivered an open apology to Meg Thee Stallion. The popular entertainer apologized for making a twerk joke aimed at the Houston native weeks after her near-death altercation with rap crooner Tory Lanez.
“I used the play on words joke with a celeb and something their known for with Meg and twerking and I should have known that it is just not the right time especially for something so dumb and sh*tty and pointless as the joke was. Making anyone feel reminded of a terrible time or letting you guys down sucks more than anything to me so I am sorry to Megan and anyone who thought this was about the incident at all.”
Before You Go
Last Thursday, reality TV star Draya Michele went to her Instagram Story to say sorry for comments made about Stallion’s gunshot injury. She addressed victims of domestic violence and abuse and let it be known her words were wrong.
“I just want to take a min to address victims of domestic violence and abuse of any kind and just overall humans, I was wrong to insinuate that there is room for violence in loving relationships, or in any relationship for that matter. I was wrong to try to find humor or make light of the situation, and understand that my joking nature was damaging and hurtful. It was poor judgement and i deeply regret it. This is a sincere apology from me to everyone. It is always my intention to uplift women, and especially black women through my platforms, my businesses, and my words.” -Draya Michele’s Instagram Story