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21 Savage, Newly Permanent U.S. Citizen, Announces First London Show 

After being detained by ICE in 2019 for overstaying his visa, 21 Savage can travel internationally and will perform for the first time in the UK.

21 Savage has announced his first-ever concert in his home country. The show will happen at the O2 in London on November 30th. As a newly permanent citizen of the U.S. 21 Savage states on social media “London, I’m coming home,”.

In February 2019, 21 Savage was detained for 10 days in a southern Georgia detention center; in an interview that year, he claimed to have been targeted for his expired visa. He’d arrived in the U.S. as a 7-year-old and said he didn’t know about his visa status. After three years in the federal Immigration Court backlog, concrete progress has now been made. 

“His immigration court proceedings have now been terminated and he is a lawful permanent resident of the United States with the freedom to travel internationally,” 21 Savage’s lawyer Charles Kuck told the Associated Press. 21 heralded the news with his first international appearance this past Saturday, October 7th, in Toronto with Drake.



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