Who was 21 Savage's brother Terrell Davis?

MUSIC fans were shocked when rapper 21 Savage shared the news that his brother had been killed in an attack.

Savage's little brother, who was fatally stabbed in South London, also made music himself.

Who was 21 Savage's brother Terrell Davis and how did he die?

Terrell Davis was a 27-year-old drill rapper known as TM1way.

TM1way released his first EP – called Outrageous – in 2019.

Terrell is the younger brother of world-famous rapper 21 Savage. The two men have the same father, Kevin Emmons. 

He was killed in Brixton, South London on Sunday, November 22.

Terrell had reportedly gone to the shops for his elderly grandmother when he bumped into an old friend who then stabbed him.

A family source told the MailOnline: "Terrrell got into an argument with an old friend, who suddenly lunged forward and stabbed him."

Police attended last night but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

What did 21 Savage's tribute to his brother say?

Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage shared a childhood photo of him and Terrell on Instagram to his 11.8million followers.

He wrote: "Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that s**t back."

He also posted a recent photo of his little brother.

Kyra Davis, Terrell and 21 Savage's sister, posted a tribute to the murdered rapper.

She wrote: "I don't even know what to say. My heart is in pieces. I love you more than words can say. Rest in perfect peace Terrell."

Who is 21 Savage?

21 Savage is a world-famous rapper, based in Atlanta, Georgia.

But Savage was originally from Plaistow, East London before emigrating to the US aged seven.

He shot to fame after collaborating with renowned record producer Metro Boomin and featuring on Drake's 2016 single Sneakin'.

His own debut studio album, Issa Album, reached number two on the US Billboard 200.

The rapper's feature on Post Malone's Rockstar earned 21 his first ever number one single.

In 2020,  he won a Grammy for Best Rap Song with his song A Lot.

However, Savage's success has been marred by threats of deportation proceedings since he was arrested by US immigration officials in February 2019.

They claim he came to the US from the UK on a visa when he was 12 in 2005 and never left.

The star had to spend nine days behind bars before being released on bond.

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