21 Savage Returns to the UK After Two Months in Legal Purgatory

21 Savage had an extremely busy week as he preps to deliver his debut headlining performance in London and Canada for the first time, closing out Drake’s It’s All A Blur Tour with Toronto date. Additionally, 21 Savage officially became a permanent United States resident last month, which allows him to travel freely internationally; attorney Charles H Kuck confirmed this news through a statement. She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph followed all applicable Immigration Laws after initial detention by ICE and therefore all ongoing immigration court proceedings have now concluded,” Kuck said in statement.

Kuck noted that Sheyaa Savage remains in regular contact with his family back home in London and can provide proof via the birth certificate that shows he was born there and moved to America at age 7. Both Heather Joseph and Kevin, his parents, are British nationals. Additionally, while attending Georgia Governor-elect Stacey Abrams’ campaign event last September he publicly endorsed Stacey Abrams while sharing memories of bullying due to being British-born.

21 Savage has remained busy musically despite his legal difficulties. He has released several songs, performed at multiple shows, won a Grammy and even shot an upcoming music video in London – most recently being seen riding motorcycles alongside biker gang members at Brixton while filming an unknown song visual for it.

This footage was posted to his Instagram with the caption, “London I’m Coming Home,” suggesting it is likely one of his recent hit tracks being shot for.

In this clip, a somber rapper strolls down his childhood streets as a choir sings in the background. He also delivers some rhymes about living on a council estate with his grandmother as memories come flooding back of times gone by.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detained rapper Rick Ross on February 6 on allegations of illegal immigration; specifically that his visa expired while still minor in 2006. This caused much outrage from celebrities as well as regular citizens alike; with petitions calling on ICE to release Ross reaching half a million signatures within 24 hours of arresting him.

Three years on, 21 Savage could soon make his return to London. Howard Stern asked 21 Savage about how connected he felt to London, and the rapper replied that they “felt more connected than people realize”. It appears as if 21 Savage may soon make an official comeback and watch this full interview below!