21 Savage hit the gun range to fire off some practice rounds and the internet has quite a bit of feels about it. After a video of the rapper circulated on social media, a number of fans unleashed a series of tweets about the rapper’s shooting skills.
In the video, 21 was seen holding an automatic gun. The “Bank Account” rapper then began to fire off multiple shots at a nearby target while an unidentified man holds onto him in order to prevent him from falling due to the kickback of the gun. At first it looked like 21 missed his target, but after a few good tries, he managed to blow it away.
But he was not done yet. 21 then switched up his weaponry to a handgun, which he fired at a second target. Without someone to help him fight the kickback, however, it’s clear to see the impact of the gun.
After watching the video, a number of Twitter users had something to say. Most of them pointed out how he was shooting. Some even questioned whether the rapper had actually shot a firearm in his life. Others referenced the fact that 21’s lyrics constantly rap about guns, yet he appears to lack form.
Check out the Twitter reactions below and decide whether you agree with the fans.
21 Savage at the gun range getting in some practice. pic.twitter.com/V2oEnNMzCq— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) November 8, 2017
21 savage at the gun range he ain’t never shot a gun till that day smh— Negan (@HoodKnowledge7) November 9, 2017
21 Savage shooting big guns at the gun range, he gon’ be sore tomorrow 😂😭— © (@CNlCE23) November 9, 2017
Damn the gun look like it took 21 to the range— Keaton Mak (@keatonmak1995) November 8, 2017
Looking like pic.twitter.com/pQI7CSoqk4— lil headass (@lilheadass) November 8, 2017
All that gun talk in his lyrics. The kickback almost took his face off 🤦🏾♂️🤣🤣— 🦍 (@Nobehavi0ur) November 8, 2017
He cant handle that shit cuh, get him some nerf guns..— Big Billy (@LilBigBilly) November 8, 2017
All that stick talk in his lyrics and he can’t handle kickback 😂— 0.1% (@BasqueMaestro) November 9, 2017
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