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You may recall that about seven-and-a-half months ago, 21 Savage and Tyga exchanged a number of subliminal and not so subliminal shots regarding Kylie Jenner. If you need a brief and easy-to-follow chronological reminder, we actually have one for you here.
Fast forward to Wednesday, when Savage appeared on The Breakfast Club, and was asked about two-thirds of the way through the interview (the relevant portion starts at the 23:58 mark) about this particular beef.
"What ever happened between you and Tyga?" host Charlamagne Tha God wondered. "It seemed like there was a little friction with y'all at one point, when you said the thing about Kylie. Did y'all ever smooth that out?"
It was at that point that the 24-year-old rapper took (and assigned) partial fault for what transpired. After downplaying the friction, he said, "I was out of line. And he was out of line too."
"It wasn't really over a girl, but you could say it was over a girl," he continued. "Now he isn't even with the girl... I just be expecting shit to go a whole 'nother way when I see people. But shit be going the cool way, so I was like 'Alright.' I don't want to start a problem but...when you say certain shit and I see you, it's like, 'Oh boy it's finna to go down. We're going to fight!' But when it doesn't go that way, I'm not going to be on some extra-ass shit."
He also said that when he bumped into Tyga, the face-to-face meeting was cordial. "When I saw him, he was on some cool shit and I was on some cool shit," he said. "Because it's really about some bullshit."
When Charlamagne asked him if the two discussed their prior beef, Savage responded in the affirmative. "Yeah. He was like 'That shit was some bullshit,'" he answered. "I was like 'Hell yeah,' [and] dapped him up. At first I didn't even know who the hell he was, he had the braids. We was at the Migos and Future concert in L.A. I had came out with Quavo and them, so when I seen him we was by the dressing room. I had on my shades and he had the braids so I couldn't recognize him at first.
"He walked up to me like, 'What's up bro?' So I was like this [pulls his shades down] and when I saw who he was I pulled him in like, 'What's good? What's going on?' And he was like, 'Fuck that shit. That was bullshit. We need to do a song.' He took my number and that was it."
Like a lot of you who followed the rappers' social media back and forth, Charlamagne was surprised at how anti-climactically it ended. But as Savage said himself, it was "just internet bullshit."
21 Savage also talked about his debut studio album Issa and how Lonzo Ball said he liked it better than 4:44; and also about how Amber Rose has opened up his eyes. Check out the entire 34-minute interview above.