21 Savage has indeed been getting a lot of support from industry colleagues since his arrest and the latest is from music mogul and icon, Jay Z, who has hired a lawyer to handle his proposed deportation.
The rapper, real name Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was deported back to his home country on Monday after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials discovered he had been living in the USA illegally for a number of years.
U.S. rapper Jay Z has called the arrest of 21 Savage by United States immigration officials 'an absolute travesty'.
A legal team are now working on a case for the 26-year-old rapper, and say it is all a "misunderstanding".
21 Savage was nominated for two Grammy Awards for the hit "Rockstar", with Post Malone, including the coveted record of the year category, ahead of the televised ceremony on Sunday. Jay Z released a statement on Facebook that said Savage deserved to be reunited with his family immediately.
Spiro has vowed not to stop working on the case until the "Rockstar" hitmaker is released, insisting his client is a "wonderful person" who deserves his freedom.
Police tell TMZ that the rapper was pulled over after "driving recklessly" and was potentially going to hit a fully-marked cop vehicle on the day he was taken into custody on Sunday (Feb. 3).
In the meantime, a legal team is now working on a case for 21 Savage, and say it was all a 'misunderstanding'.
TMZ has released a new story on Thursday claiming to have obtained three different police reports from 21 Savage's recent arrest in Atlanta.
However, that expired the following year "through no fault" of the rapper. He took a trip to the United Kingdom in 2005 and returned on an H-4 visa, Kuck said.
Abraham-Joseph will face an immigration judge to determine if he can stay in the US or will be sent back to Britain.
Abraham-Joseph is the father of three children born in the USA and is known in his longtime home of Atlanta for supporting local community projects, such as an annual school supply giveaway at the beginning of the school year. "These "Dreamers" come from all walks of life and every ethnicity".
"Mr. Abraham-Joseph has no criminal convictions or charges under state or federal law and is free to seek relief from removal in immigration court", they said in the statement.