Savage's Manager Says Grammys Didn't Release his Tickets to his Mother

Joann Johnston
February 13, 2019

Other reports quoted ICE as saying that the rapper was being held in the state of Georgia for being unlawfully present in the U.S. and for being a felon.

His lawyers argue that he has never hidden his immigration status. "Because of his length of residence in the United States and his immediate relatives, Mr. Abraham-Joseph is eligible to seek Cancellation of Removal from an Immigration Judge".

The British-star is in the US illegally after overstaying his visa, according to US Immigration And Customs Enforcement (ICE).

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On the contrary, the rapper has done a lot for his community in Atlanta such as create numerous charitable campaigns for the children who reside in the city. ICE officials have stated they failed to identify Abraham-Joseph as a noncitizen at the time.

However, two consistent pieces of information can be determined: 21 Savage was legally in the United States during 2005 and his visa he was here on expired in 2006. "What we have here is someone who overstayed their Visa with an application pending for 4 years-not a convicted criminal that needs to be detained and removed but, by all accounts a wonderful person, father and entertainer who has a marijuana offense, which was vacated and sealed".

A number of high-profile celebrities have spoken out against Abraham-Joseph's outrageous detention.

Along with Kuck, the rapper is being supported by New York-based attorney Alex Spiro, who hip-hop mogul Jay-Z is working with to right what he called "a travesty".

The absence of his name was criticised on social media. Over the weekend, Abraham-Joseph's family members posted social media images of dozens of handwritten letters from Atlanta-area school children calling on immigration officials not to deport the rapper.

21 Savage asked us to send a special message to his fans and supporters - he says that while he wasn't present at the Grammy Awards, he was there in spirit and is grateful for the support from around the world and is more than ever, ready to be with his loved ones and continue making music that brings people together. "That's where it starts, the kids".

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