21 Savage Says He Wants to Be Frozen So He Can Be Alive in 2121

21 Savage wants to live forever and he believes humans will find the technology to do so if he’s frozen for the next century.

With everyone turning the page to finding New Year’s resolutions for 2023, 21 hopes he’ll fittingly be alive when the year 2121 comes around.

“I Just Want To Be Alive For 2121 Somebody Freeze Me Right Quick,” he wrote on New Year’s Eve (December 31).

The Saint Laurent Don’s bold aspirations caught the eye of Twitter as the social media post went viral and currently boasts nearly 55,000 likes as of press time.

Fans had mixed reactions as some weren’t buying the hype of cryopreserving humans while others were into the idea.

“I been on this type shit, freeze me like they did Walt Disney,” one person responded while another replied. “Your music has left a mark …you’ll definitely still be played for our great great great grandkids!”

It’s unclear what exactly prompted 21 to tweet the frozen desires or if he’s done heavy research into cryopreserving bodies for the future.

While 2121 remains 98 years away, the Slaughter Gang honcho’s Her Loss joint album with Drake crossed one billion streams on Spotify in December, less than two months after its release.

Her Loss debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and moved over 404,000 album-equivalent units in its first week, giving it the third-highest opening this year in music.

2022 was another successful year for the 30-year-old Atlanta-bred rapper. 21 was honored with his own day in his home state of Georgia in conjunction with his humanitarian efforts.

In December, to commemorate the holiday season, 21 and his Leading By Example Foundation put on their fourth annual Grant-A-Wish event, where they gifted 100 local parents and their children toys and food for Christmas.

At the event, the Savage Mode II rhymer was awarded his own day by State Representative Billy Mitchell. A proclamation ceremony was held at the Christmas giveaway to officially declare December 21 as “21 Savage Day.”