Chris Brown and Offset Exchange Wild, NSFW Insults After Feuding Over 21 Savage

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That escalated quickly. 

Things got personal between Chris Brown and Offset, after the "No Air" singer posted a meme poking fun at Offset's pal, 21 Savage. The latter rapper was arrested earlier this week by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, with ICE alleging that the British-born rapper had been in the U.S. illegally for more than a decade. 

On Wednesday, Brown posted a 21 Savage music video to Instagram, with a British-sounding rapper doing a voice-over; Offset called it "lame" in the comments. 

Brown then replied with a series of explicit insults aimed at Offset. "F**K YOU LIL BOY ... SENSITIVE ASS N**** ... IF YOU A REAL MAN FIGHT ME. Oh and another thing, SUCK MY D*CK!!!!"

"If he don't get his EARTH WIND AND FIRE pootytang space suits WEARING CAP *SS LIL BOY da f**k out my comments and off my d*ck," the singer added on his Instagram , coming back for round two. 

Offset replied on his Instagram story, writing, "Coke head don’t want [smoke emoji]." See their wild insults below. 

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The feud kept coming on Thursday after Brown took to Instagram again, this time comparing Offset to the character Pootie Tang from the 2001 comedy of the same name.

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He also posted, and subsequently deleted, a series of text messages, allegedly between himself and Offset, in which Brown seemingly challenged Offset to come to his house and throw down, an offer the Migos rapper rejected.

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Offset finally fired back with a pointed message for Brown that called the singer out for his 2009 attack on then-girlfriend Rihanna, for which Brown later plead guilty to felony assault.

“I aint really have too much rap for you on this social media s**t but since that’s where you wanna take it tell the people why you had your management reach out to sqaush the s**t," Offset wrote in a post on his Instagram story.

"“Check my record and check yours only people you go toe to toe with is women," the rapper continued. "Oh and btw Ima smack the s**t out you when I see you!"

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Brown and Offset aren't the only musicians to speak out about 21 Savage's recent arrest. On Wednesday, JAY-Z revealed that his record label, Roc Nation, has hired an attorney for the rapper.  

In a statement to Billboard, JAY-Z decried the arrest, saying, "The arrest and detention of 21 Savage is an absolute travesty, his U-visa petition has been pending for 4 years," adding, "In addition to being a successful recording artist, 21 deserves to be reunited with his children immediately, #Free21Savage."

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