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21 Savage’s little brother fatally stabbed in London

“Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro,” the rapper mourned on Instagram.

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21 Savage’s little brother has passed away. According to multiple outlets, the rapper’s brother, Terrell Davis, was fatally stabbed during an argument in London on Sunday night (Nov. 22). 21 Savage took to Instagram on Monday (Nov. 23) to mourn his brother and share a commemorative picture slide show.

“Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro,” the “A Lot” rapper captioned the post. “I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that shit back.”

According to the Daily Mail, Davis was stabbed during an argument with a friend and died at the Blenheim Gardens estate in the district of Brixton. The 27-year-old was also a rap artist who went by the name TM1way and released a single called “Monster” last year. So far, the London Metropolitan Police Department has not released an official statement about the incident.

Tragically, Davis is the second sibling 21 Savage has lost in recent years. In his 2016 cover interview with The Fader, the Atlanta mainstay explained that he got his dagger face tattoo as a tribute to his late brother Quantivayus Joseph, who died in a fatal shooting.

21 Savage made headlines earlier this week for his act of kindness toward someone who has recently lost a sibling. Kayla B — King Von’s sister — revealed that 21 Savage had bought her a new Range Rover. In a Twitter post, the Savage Mode II artist explained that Von had promised the car to his sister before his passing.

“I knew Kayla before I knew Von because she talks to my little brother,” he wrote. “Von was already planning on purchasing the gift for her birthday and due to his untimely passing he wasn’t able to finish so all I did was finish what he started because I told Kayla when he passed I had her 4L and I meant it.”

We at REVOLT send our deep condolences to 21 Savage and his friends and family at this time. See his tribute post below.

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