American rapper, Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph aka 21 Savage reportedly turned himself in to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the Blast, the Atlanta-based rapper is said to be facing gun and drugs charges in connection with the original incident with ICE agents in 2019.
DeKalb County Jail records show that 21 Savage was booked at 7:48 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday night and released on bond just 12 minutes later.
The listed charges are possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and possession of a gun.
His lawyer, Charles Kuck said in a statement;
"Last night’s manufactured charges are yet another example of how our justice system, from ICE down to the local level, unjustly targets young Black men who seek to exercise their rights.
"There is no legitimate basis for these charges nor for ICE’s continued antics, and we will fight until Mr. Joseph is justly vindicated.
"We are grateful for the efforts of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office for quickly processing and releasing Mr. Joseph.
"He will continue to fight for his right to seek permanent residence in the United States through the immigration court.
"We look forward to the day when ICE will play fairly with all those who seek justice within our immigration system.
"Mr. Joseph is a good man. A man who takes care of his family and his community, and a man who sets an example for those around him that it is possible to achieve success even when you start with less than nothing.