Rapper 21 Savage's mother, Heather Joseph, praised The Game for putting conservative commentator Tomi Lahren in her place for making light of Savage's detainment by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). 

Last month, Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage was arrested by ICE for reportedly overstaying his visa. The arrest came as a shock to many who believed he was an Atlanta native. Ultimately, it was revealed he was from the United Kingdom. Memes, jokes and other forms of hysteria swept the net early February.

Among the jokesters was Tomi Lahren. She turned the hit maker's song "Bank Account" into a joke at his expense. 

"I got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight ICE agents ready to deport ya," Lahren tweeted in February

Then, The Game stepped in. Like a slew of other rappers and musicians coming to Savage's defense, The Game had enough of the blonde right-winger's nonsensical mockeries.

"[21 Savage] gettin detained by ICE is not funny nor anything for ya middle of the mall clip in wearin’ hoe ass to be joking about," Game said on IG in response to Lahren.

"You the same dumb broad that was singin the lyrics to his song not along ago... now using his situation & the culture deep down you love so much for content on ya bum ass twitter page etc...," the Compton native continued. "Then ya dumb bird ass gone say 'your ancestors' discovered America ?!?!?" 

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During a recent sit-down with the co-hosts of The Real, the rapper defended his strong language against Lahren.

"That post was about Tomi Lahren, herself," he said. "I wanted to post something and be brash about it. I hope it made her day bad, co-workers looked at her crazy and she had a terrible day." 

He insisted he would have responded to a man or even a "bear" the same way and that the attack had nothing to do with her womanhood. 

Joseph saw a snippet of the interview, and she took to Instagram to praise the "Dreams" artist for acknowledging the seriousness of the situation. 

"Many others talk and discuss things without having all the facts of the matter or even any knowledge of the real life experiences of an individual, and often get it wrong especially when its a public figure and that's ok because it's all a part of life experiences," she wrote.

"What's important is to stay focused on what is the real for you and yours and to keep pushing through challenging times with family by your side. We all go through challenges, big and small."

The Game wasn't the only rapper to check Lahren for her hate-filled tweets. Both Cardi B and Nicki Minaj promptly took to task the former The Blaze host, too.

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