Another violent death in the rap world. 21 Savage’s half-brother was murdered by a man with a knife in the middle of the street in London …
While defending his collaborative album with Metro Boomin, Savage Mode 2, appeared in early October, and that he has been in the news in recent days for offering – strangely – a Range Rover to King Von’s sister just after he died in a brawl in Atlanta, the out of a club, Savage is faced with another news item … this time despite himself. Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph aka 21 Savage first entered the United States in 1999 and has settled in Atlanta since adolescence. He is from London, where he was born in 1992 and where a large part of his family lives. He was also arrested and imprisoned in early 2019 for lack of Visa, the rapper then waited several years for the extension of his papers. When things are back in order, it is on the side of his family who still lives in the British capital that the bad news arrived on November 22. Indeed, 21 Savage has learned of the death of his little brother, Terrell Davis, 27. Before moving to the United States at the age of 7, Savage grew up with Terrell near Plaistow in Newham, East London. They were born to the same father, Kevin Emmons.
Stabbed to death …
While disappearances from violent death among rappers have multiplied across the Atlantic this year (from Pop Smoke to King Von of Mo3), it’s on this side of the ocean that the drama unfolded. Half-brother to 21 Savage, Terrell Davis was also a drill rapper under the pseudonym TM1way. He was stabbed to death on a street in South London, Brixton district on Sunday evening, November 22, according to information from the Daily mail, after an argument with a loved one. He was running errands with his grandmother when he was said to have met an old friend with whom he had suddenly had a fight … and who planted it. For his part, Savage confirmed the tragic information by posting a child’s photo with his brother on Instagram, accompanied by the caption: “I can’t believe someone took your life Little brother, I know that I got this anger that I have in me from you, I would like to be able to go back ”. According to a source close to Terrell, the rapper brother from Atlanta didn’t have that “Known enemies and he wasn’t part of a gang. He was just focused on the music. ” Police who arrived at the scene of the crime could only spot the young man’s death and were not making any arrests at this time.
Savage’s sister and the late Terrell, also very moved, also said: ‘I don’t even know what to say. My heart is in pieces. I love you more than words can express. Rest in perfect peace Terrell”. REST IN PEACE