Tag Archives: ICE

Black Boston Man Harassed by ICE During His Run

In Massachusetts, elected officials are demanding an investigation after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents stopped a Black man while on a run Tuesday in Boston. Twenty-nine-year-old Bena Apreala told WBUR that he was running a few miles from home when two unknown SUVs with tinted windows approached him. One …

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ICE Is Banning 21 Savage From Touring Outside The United States

21 Savage Over ICe

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency will not allow 21 Savage to tour across seas until his immigration case is resolved. Reports from TMZ say the organization is withholding the rapper’s rights to freely fly outside of the U.S. while his immigration case is being handled, which is …

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21 Savage’s Felony Theft Charges Have Been Dropped

21 Savage Gives Back

21 Savage’s charges over felony theft have been dropped. It’s been a trying year for the “A Lot” emcee, as he was just released after being detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).  Upon his release, the rapper turned himself in on a felony theft by deception warrant. The …

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ICE Drops 21 Savage’s “Aggravated Felony” Charge, But Rapper May Still Be Deported Because of Trump

21 Savage Talks Immigration

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has dropped 21 Savage’s 2014 “aggravated felony” charge from its deportation case against the rapper. Now, the government’s argument relies solely on 21’s expired visa…although the rapper, born She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, re-applied for a new visa in 2017. ICE claimed in a statement after 21’s arrest that he was previously convicted …

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21 Savage Arrested By ICE In Atlanta

Fox 5 Atlanta News is reporting that 21 Savage was arrested this weekend in Atlanta and he’s been taken into custody by ICE with the intent for possible removal from the U.S.  The rapper born as Shayaa Bin Abraham, is reportedly being held for removal proceedings- for being in the …

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