Rapper 21 Savage was back behind bars, though the second stint was much shorter than the first.
The rapper, whose real name is She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested by ICE officials during Super Bowl weekend and was held for 10 days due to an expired visa.
According to TMZ, 21 Savage was held for just a few minutes after he turned himself into a Southern Georgia Sheriff’s Office last Wednesday.
TMZ was also able to obtain the rapper’s mug shot.
New 21 Savage Mug Shot for Felony Theft, Missed Concert Case https://t.co/ect2tRoL6I
— TMZ (@TMZ) February 19, 2019
The rapper has an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He is being sued by a concert promoter and charged with felony theft after the musician took $17,000 to play a show in 2016 and then backed out.
The British national, who claims to be a Dreamer, is currently in a legal fight with immigration officials over his legal status. The rapper claims to be a native of Atlanta Georgia despite being born in the U.K.
Multiple social media campaigns have been started to keep the rapper in the U.S.
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