21 Savage has finally been released from detainment after being arrested by ICE, and has celebrated by taking a private jet with his mother back to his home of Atlanta.
"That's how we take people home when they win," Alex Spiro from 21's legal team said.
Unfortunately, 21's fight is far from over. As Spiro previously said to Complex, the focus will now be questioning why 21 ended up in custody in the first place. "We have no intention of getting him out and pretending like this never happened," Spiro said.
21's legal team told BuzzFeed that lawyers for ICE have dropped an aggravated felony charge against their client as grounds for his deportation. Attorney Charles Kuck announced Tuesday that the government is now pursuing 21's deportation strictly on the basis that he overstayed his visa. The rapper came to the U.S. from the U.K. when he was a minor.
Keep it on lock for more as we get it.