21 Savage was released from ICE's custody only to turn himself in to police over a 2016 concert he missed.
The past month has been rough for 21 Savage. The rapper spent nine days in ICE's detention center after the agency arrested him for overstaying his visa. Two days after being released from ICE's custody, the rapper had to turn himself in to the police in Southern Georgia. His mugshot was released earlier today via TMZ and as you could probably imagine anyone in 21's position, he looked like he was tired of this whole legal mess.
21 Savage turned himself in last week after he was booked on charges of theft by deception after he failed to perform at a 2016 concert. Karen Smith, the concert promoter, accused the rapper of bailing on the show and making off with $17K. She claimed the rapper demanded that he be able to carry a gun onstage which she ultimately agreed to. However, she said the rapper left the venue because he was annoyed with the opening act -- a local rapper.
Karen previously stated that 21 Savage attempted to get the venue's DJ to cut the local act's set shorter which the DJ refused to do.
The warrant for the rapper's arrest was sitting for two years and he surrendered himself to the Liberty County Sheriff's Department on Friday. The rapper was booked and released from the precinct within half an hour.
Peep the rapper's mugshot below.