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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I love how he’s investing in property and investments more than buying jewellery and cars. Really means that he’s speaking from his heart and knows what he’s talking about because he’s gone and done it.