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21 Savage Contemplates Removing Controversial “Poop” Lyric from American Dream Album



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21 Savage sparked a social media frenzy with a peculiar lyric about “poop” featured in his new American Dream album, prompting the rapper to consider removing it. The Slaughter Gang leader took to Instagram on Saturday (January 13) to seek fan opinions on whether he should eliminate the “poop” reference from the Young Thug-assisted track “pop ur shit.”

In an Instagram photo dump of selfies, 21 Savage captioned the post, “I’m happy yall like it yall want me to change the poop bar.” The response from fans was divided, with some expressing a desire for the quirky bar to remain intact, while others suggested its removal.

Quavo supported the original version, stating, “Did what u supposed to do gave it to em!!! Now come on wit the other one,” and Spotify added, “No plz keep it!” However, opinions varied, with one fan appreciating the “poop bars” and another advocating for a change.

The debate extended to Twitter, with users expressing contrasting views. One wrote, “21 savage have the craziest beat possible and open the song with a bar about poop!” While another stated, “Goodmorning, That poop bar was wack 21 Savage.”

21 Savage recently returned with his first solo album in six years, American Dream, featuring collaborations with Lil Durk, Metro Boomin, Travis Scott, Mariah The Scientist, and more. The album has received mostly positive reviews, with HipHopDX’s Will Schube highlighting the artist’s intimate and introspective approach, departing from previous gimmicks.

American Dream is poised to earn 21 Savage his fourth project topping the Billboard 200, projected to move at least 130,000 album equivalent units in the first week, according to Hits Daily Double. Additionally, all 15 tracks from the album made it to Apple Music’s Top 20 upon its official release on Friday (January 12).

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