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21 Savage Apologizes On Behalf Of Atlanta For Yung Joc's Dress [VIDEO]

By Daryl Nelson
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People are  still going in on Yung Joc for wearing a blue dress with a sparkly collar, which he later explained as "internet manipulation."

21 Savage even released a video which made an apology on Atlanta's behalf and said real dudes will be taking over the city in the near future.

"I want to apologize to the world on behalf of my city, the city of Atlanta," said 21. "I know we produced some soft-ass niggas but just bear with us, we're going to get through this storm guys. I just want you guys to know that there's some real niggas left and real niggas are coming back in style. So just hold tight. We're gonna take this thing back, man."
21 didn't use Joc's name in his apology.  But given the timing, it certainly seemed that his words were at least in part directed to the now-cross-dressing rapper/reality TV figure.

[Related: Watch Young Thug pick out his Jeffery cover dress.]

What do you think about 21's comments and his opinion about Atlanta? You can see his message below.

#21savage issues an apology on behalf of Atlanta for all the soft niggas that has been repping the city lately. He says real niggas bout to hold it down in a sec.

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