21 Savage Is Out On Bond Pending Deportation Hearing
21 Savage is temporarily a free man. The “A Lot” rhymer has finally been released out on bond pending a deportation hearing.
On behalf of 21’s lawyers Alex Spiro, Charles H. Kuck and Dina LaPlot following his short release, he wanted to give a message to his family, friends 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."
While he was in custody they weren't able to touch the millions of dollars that he's earned. The only way that the feds can seize his assets from him are if the money was illegally received. If the money was lawfully earned, despite illegal residency status, it cannot be touched. Now how much money is on the line is another story. Some say 21 Savage is worth any number ranging from $21 million to $41 million. Regardless, he is a multimillion dollar man who has a family in Atlanta that he needs to get back home to take care of and we will do whatever we need to to assist!
Savage was arrested on Super Bowl Sunday by ICE. As we reported, he was in the process of attempting to get a U-Visa. The story is developing and as we receive more information we will keep you updated. Today is a good day for justice!