21 Savage issued a warning to fellow rappers may be targeted by the hip-hop police, aka the feds.
A TMZ reporter asked Savage if he had any advice for rapper Kodak Black who is locked up in a federal facility in Miami on a weapon charge.
"I ain't no godd*mn investigator," Savage replied.
He added that he has never been in that type of situation. But the reporter reminded him that he recently spent time locked up in a federal facility in Georgia. That jogged his memory.
"I don't know. The law is the law," Savage said. "You break the law, you gotta deal with the consequences. That's how it go. Rappers just gotta be more safe," he added.
His remarks were a far cry from the lyrics he spit during a performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in February.
Savage changed the lyrics to his hit song "A Lot" to bash Trump and the crisis at the U.S. border.
"Been through some things so I can't imagine my kids stuck at the border/ Flint still need water/ People was innocent/ couldn't get lawyers," he rapped.
A few days later, he was pulled over and arrested by the feds for overstaying his immigration visa.
Savage is singing a different tune these days. The British national says rappers who make bad decisions should "stand up and man up to it."
He said the feds targeting rappers was "unfair," but he added that some cases are fair (such as his ongoing immigration case). He is currently free on bond while immigration officials determine whether to deport him back to England.
Rappers, including Savage, Snoop Dogg, T.I., and Rick Ross are very vocal about their hatred for President Trump.
Insiders whisper that may be part of the reason why the feds have been conducting undercover investigations of certain rappers.
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