It appears that the legal strategy employed by JAY-Z and Roc Nation has worked as planned, at least for the time being, as 21 Savage has reportedly been released on bond pending a hearing on his potential deportation.
His release comes hours after a group of 10 civil rights organizations is delivered a petition with more than 445,000 signatures demanding the release of rapper 21 Savage by ICE on Tuesday.
Cox said Abraham-Joseph overstayed his visa after he entered the United States legally in July 2006.
ICE held 21 Savage in the state of Georgia for being unlawfully present in the U.S. and for being a felon. "He won his freedom", they write.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) say the musician is a convicted felon.
The artists was detained after allegedly overstaying his visa.
Previously, they acknowledged that he was British, brought to the U.S. aged seven, and lost his legal status in the USA when he was a child "through no fault of his own".
Mr Kuck said earlier that 21 Savage was "not a flight risk" and was a "prominent member of the music industry" who would be recognised if he tried to flee. And asks for your hearts and minds to be with them'. His name was only mentioned once during the show, by Childish Gambino's producer Ludwig Goransson while accepting their award for record of the year for which 21 Savage had also been nominated with Post Malone.