Friday, 23 Aug 2019

Rapper 21 Savage was released from immigration detention in Georgia, US


 21 Savage 21 Savage - Rapper 21 Savage was finally released from immigration detention in Georgia, United States. He was detained for nine days because of his unclear immigration status. The bail for the owner of the original name Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph was granted on Tuesday, February 12th 2019 and 21 Savage had been released on Wednesday, February 13th 2019. His bail was granted as a result of hearings at the Atlanta Immigration Court, Judge Dan Pelletier granted his bail.

According to an Atlanta Journal Constitution report, quoted from Reuters, 21 Savage set a bail of USD 100 thousand, but the legal team has not confirmed the figure. They only say, 21 Savage will not forget that he had been detained by immigration. "He will not forget this experience, or his father, his child, his family member and other people, that he was detained unjustly" said his legal team.

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Even though he is now free, 21 Savage is still in danger of being deported. "The case has not been completed in the long term" one of his lawyers, Charles Kuck, told Reuters. The rapper was detained by Georgian immigration since February 2nd, because he was said to have stayed longer than his visa, for more than a decade in the United States. Officers said that he came to America from England in 2005.

Before he got this immigration problem, 21 Savage had been arrested due to narcotics case in Georgia in 2014. This year, 21 Savage was supposed to be at the Staples Center, Los Angeles for the 2019 Grammy Awards where he got two nominations for his collaboration with Post Malone.


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