21 Savage

Rapper 21 Savage spent 10 days in the country's worst immigration detention center under President Trump's revised immigration policy.

The 26-year-old rapper, who was born in London, England, was arrested on February 3 and held without bond for overstaying his expired immigration visa. He was released from a southern Georgia prison on Wednesday, and he flew home to Atlanta on a private jet.

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21 Savage, Heather Joseph

21 Savage missed his performance at the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles, because he was picked up by ICE agents in Atlanta on Super Bowl Sunday.

The British rapper's mother, Heather Joseph, was invited to attend the Grammy Awards before her son was locked up in an immigration detention center.

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21 Savage

Rapper 21 Savage was in possession of a fully loaded Glock handgun when he arrested during a traffic stop by Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearm (ATF) agents on Super Bowl Sunday in Atlanta. The rapper's attorney tells TMZ both the Glock and the red Dodge Challenger he was driving were not his.

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21 Savage, Jay-Z

Jay-Z is putting his money where his mouth is. The 49-year-old rap titan reportedly hired a top immigration lawyer to help rapper 21 Savage stay in America. The news comes 2 weeks after Jay-Z, Meek Mill and other rappers launched an alliance aimed at prison reform.

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21 Savage

21 Savage's lawyer suggests that immigration officials targeted the rapper after he dissed them in a new song. The "Bank Account" rapper, whose real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested on Sunday, Feb. 3, for overstaying his immigration visa.

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