21 Savage Makes Stage Return for First Time Since ICE Detention at Texas Concert

A little over a month after he was released from ICE custody, the 'Bank Account' rapper performs hits like 'No Advance', 'No Heart' and 'A Lot' at Clayton's Beach Bar in South Padre Island.

AceShowbiz - Rapper 21 Savage made his concert comeback on Saturday, March 16, a month after he was detained and threatened with deportation over a visa violation.

The British national, real name She'yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, returned to the stage to perform at Clayton's Beach Bar in South Padre Island in Texas over the weekend, delivering renditions of hits like "No Advance", "No Heart", and "A Lot" for fans.

The gig marked the 26-year-old's first live show since spending 10 days in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Georgia after he was charged for allegedly overstaying his non-immigrant visa, which dated back to when he was a child.

The case is still ongoing.

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