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Savage receives bond, will be released Wednesday

21 Savage 21 Savage released on bond pending deportation hearing
Adrian Cunningham | 13 February, 2019, 18:40

21 Savage's lawyer issued a statement following the rapper's release from ICE's custody.

DAILY POST had reported that 21 savage was arrested by U.S immigration after they discovered he is a British citizen living in the USA illegally.

Kuck said Abraham-Joseph has a visa application from 2017 pending with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, CNN reported. His release comes two days after he had to miss a scheduled appearance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

The lawyers said that 21 Savage, whose real name is Sha Yea Bin Abraham-Joseph, would not forget the ordeal or the other people he was locked up with who "remain unjustly incarcerated accross the country".

Savage, who was nominated for this year Grammy Awards, was arrested by the ICE earlier this month for being illegally present in the country.

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All the same, the hip-hop community will certainly be rejoicing over the release of 21 Savage, as he awaits his deportation hearing that at the moment doesn't seem to have a date on public record.

They also said he has a pending application for a USA visa - for victims of crimes who have faced mental or physical abuse in the U.S. - that was filed "as a result of being the victim of a deadly shooting in 2013" - and that his three United States citizen children make him eligible for deportation relief.

"Mr. Abraham-Joseph was taken into ICE custody as he is unlawfully present in the US and also a convicted felon".

He announced a "21 Savage Bank Account" campaign past year that gave 21 teens $1,000 to start their own bank accounts and learn about financial literacy. He was convicted on felony drug charges in October 2014 in Fulton County, Georgia, ICE said. "And he asks for your hearts and minds to be with them".

LaPolt said last week that attorneys were working to clear up any misunderstandings with ICE and help free the rapper. "Unfortunately, in 2006 Mr. Abraham-Joseph lost his legal status through no fault of his own".