Hip hop artist 21 Savage didn’t have a lot of money growing up, so he says his latest venture is a bit “ironic.” On the heels of his hit single, “Bank Account,” Savage launched a campaign to donate $1,000 to 21 money-strapped kids to teach them the basics of personal finance. He shares his tips in an interview with THINK, and then we put his budgeting skills to the test.
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Rapper 21 Savage Has Some Money Tips For Broke People | Think | NBC News