‘Oh Jesus That’s Ugly’: Fans React to Rapper 21 Savage’s Golf Swing (VIDEO) – EssentiallySports

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Golfers and rappers have a particular inclination toward the other’s job. A recent example of the long list of celebrities includes “Glock in My Lap” singer, 21 Savage. The 30-year-old played a few rounds on the course, which turned out to be viral for all the wrong reasons. While he doesn’t pack a perfect drive, it was enough to send Twitter users into a frenzy.
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The “Savage Mode” rapper has provided visuals of his golfing ability before. He ganged up with other rappers, including Pretty Ricky band’s Spectacular Smith, at a game of Top Golf last year. More recently, the PGA Tour uploaded an 8-second video of Savage’s drive, while humorously tweeting, “Don’t quit your day job.”
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Here’s the tweet from the PGA Tour.
Swing your swing @21Savage 🏌️‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/sqakgCgVYe
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) November 4, 2022

The incoming reactions to the tweet invited all sorts of debates. Many felt the rapper possessed a decent golf swing, while others suggested he could barely make contact with the ball. However, there were critics who questioned golfers on their hip-hop culture, with many being reminded of the polarizing Golf boys’ song track “Oh Oh Oh” starring a number of professional golfers.
Let’s see a TOUR pro hop on a verse now 🤔
— Crypto Kyle (@SteveMGolf) November 4, 2022

Got youhttps://t.co/CPDJ1p6OLP
— A-A Ron (@Detroit_BC) November 4, 2022

@Emillsofficial with that back swing I don’t know how he made contact like that lmao 🤣
— 𝕋𝕪𝕝𝕖𝕣𝟚𝕗𝕪𝕖 🏌🏾‍♂️ (@Tyler2fye) November 4, 2022

Oh Jesus that’s ugly
— Seattle Sports Diaries Podcast (@SEASportDiaries) November 4, 2022

Idk, I’ve seen worse
— will barton union leader (@chillducey) November 4, 2022

On the other hand, many needed an introduction to the person in question. While 21 Savage has already produced hit albums such as “I Am > I Was”, “Issa Album”, and “Savage Mode”, his recent collaboration with none other than Canadian rapper, Drake, has soared his popularity. The pair have come together for an album titled “Her Loss”, which came out a fortnight ago. It received close to no promotions due to its surprising announcement, having been released a mere 6 hours before the official statement.
Damn dropped an album with drake and now he’s on the course? Living the dream lol
— EMills (@Emillsofficial) November 4, 2022

Eh, he’s British… give him 6 months and he’ll be scratch.
— Ethan Cox (@Melia_5150) November 4, 2022

Never heard of him tbh anyone enlighten me
— dave (@dave64082900) November 4, 2022

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While their primary focus remains their career, golf is often an escape from reality for these singers. Still only 30, Savage has been seen playing golf on many occasions. His fellow camera crew dubbed him “Tiger Hood” after being impressed with his skills in August this year.
While still a long way off from the real Tiger Woods, 21 Savage packs a punch in his swing. He possesses an unorthodox grip, with more focus on power. His drives might not be accurate, but they do travel a long way. Indeed, the “Where did it go?” at the end tells you a lot about the rapper’s golf game!
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