Strange details are emerging about 21 Savage’s arrest by ICE, who are using unnecessary force to get the rapper deported
An intriguing story is developing around 21 Savage and his (il)legal residency in the U.S, with more layers being added as the fiasco continues.
One of the most recent developments is that his lawyer, Chuck H. Kuck, who recently spoke with TMZ, stated how ICE was aware of 21’s status due to an application for a U-visa conducted in 2017. The government agency had full knowledge of the details prior to and including Sunday 3rd February when the arrest was made in Atlanta. In addition, this arrest was made with no other interaction with 21 Savage up until that very point.
The reason this didn’t go through was apparently due to a prior felony charge 21 pled guilty to back in 2014 – which excluded him from being eligible for the visa. However, in 2013, 21 was shot during an incident that took the life of his friend, so with the rapper being a victim of the crime, he is applicable once more for a permanent residency visa in the United States.
Although, ICE is currently planning to start the process of deportation this week. His manager claims that he is being harshly treated, explaining that the Grammy-nominated talent is being locked indoors for 23 hours a day with only 10-minutes allowed for phone calls. Although staying strong and in good spirits, both the lawyer and his team have expressed that the ICE have been further intimidating him to leave the country by using aggressive force.
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