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Drake releases ‘Jumbotron S*** Poppin’ video hours after 21 Savage’s heated clubhouse argument

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Drake and 21 Savage teamed up in November 2022 for your loss, a collaborative album that spawned hit singles like “Rich Flex” and “On BS.” One song, “Jumbotron S*** Poppin,” is the latest track from the album to get its own music video. But Drake is the focus of the video, which was released just hours after 21 Savage got into an argument online.

The last year and a half has been a particularly productive time for Drake. the previous Degrassi: The next generation star has released his sixth studio album Certified lover boy in September 2021 and followed with his seventh album Honestly forget it in June 2022. your loss was released in November 2022.

Drake and 21 Savage were recognized as a duo in June 2022 Honestly forget it‘s publication. “Jimmy Cooks” with 21 Savage debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. When the “Jimmy Cooks” video was released in October, it revealed the two had an album together, titled your loss on the way.

In January 2023, Drake gave fans the latest picture of your loss in the video for “Jumbotron S*** Poppin”. Drake is the sole performer on the song, so the video revolves around the Canadian rapper enjoying the finer things in life, from fine dining to sparkling jewelry. Celebrities like Lil Baby, Mike Tyson, French Montana, Central Cee and Lenny Kravitz make cameos in the picture.

The video release came as 21 Savage came under fire for getting into a heated argument over Clubhouse. According to Complex, the rapper began yelling at people on voice chat, though the source of the argument remains unclear.

“You’ve waited your whole life for this moment so you can fight with a **** on Clubhouse,” 21 said in the clip. “You keep all those Chicago n****s banging your head up like all of you n****s don’t die in real life, man. Stop playing…every n**** we mess with, 30 of them get smoked and we’re okay, n****. In real life, N****. It’s real life, N****!”

“Aye Cap, you from Chicago. I advise you to shut up,” he continued. “Cause the n****s I fuck up there are beating up so stop playing. You don’t spank, n****…you’re gonna die.”

21 Savage has had fights at Clubhouse in the past. In November 2022, he popped the question of whether legendary rapper Nas was as relevant as people were hyping him up. “I don’t feel like he’s relevant,” 21 said, according to Complex. “I don’t feel Nas is relevant.”

21 went on to clarify what he meant by that Twitter. “I would never disrespect Nas or any legend that paved my way,” he said. “You guys will try to pick things up and run with them.” Later that month, the two teamed up for a track together, “One Mic One Gun.”

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