News of his arrest on Sunday morning quickly caught fire and the result was a crescendo of memes and other various amusing one-liners all handily put together by the ever-present Twitterati during the Super Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, in 21 Savage's purported hometown of Atlanta.
Demi Lovato was called out by @Wale for making fun of 21 Savage's situation with ICE, a major issue in this country for many people.
She then finished: "Lastly I wasn't making fun of anything having to do with deportation or even anything against him".
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The likes of Offset jumped in to defend 21 Savage, posting "ALL THE MEMES AND SH*T AINT FUNNY WHEN SOMEBODY GOING THROUGH SOME PRAYING FOR MY DAWG AINT SH*T FUNNY HIS FANILY DEPENDING ON HIM [sic]".
Deleting Twitter, the brunette took to Instagram to explain her intentions. "This is why I don't tweet anymore".
So, she responds, 'If you're gonna come at me for making a joke, try coming at me with something original not involving drugs'.
Numerous 21 Savage deportation memes involved American Revolution-era imagery, including Red Coats and men using feather pens to write. She included a screenshot of one of the memes she had shared on Twitter with the caption: "FYI this is the s*** I'm laughing at. not the fact that anyone is getting deported" and additional screenshots of the negative comments she received on her Instagram stories.
She continued: 'Sorry if I offended anyone.
Before deactivating her account, she wrote: "F-k Twitter". "But it's no excuse to laugh at someone's addiction".
'She laughed at a 21 savage meme and everyone is calling her a crackhead. the internet is f**ked up bro'.