To help a colleague and friend, Jay-Z hired a lawyer for 21 Savage’s rapper who would try to protect his rights and prevent deportation. In an NBC News interview, experienced New York attorney Alex Spiro said, "Jay-Z called me and said that he wanted to find out what happened and protect the rights of the rapper."
Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph also known as 21 Savage was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement as his visa was expired. Recall, the rapper came to the United States from the UK. If the authorities decide to deport a musician, then he will be prohibited from visiting the United States for 10 years. According to ICE, Abraham-Joseph came to America in 2005 with only a year's visa. All this time, he was in the country illegally. This arrest caused a big stir in the music world.
Deportation and the end of career. 21 Savage was arrested
"This arrest is a common parody. My lawyer will find out all the reasons of 21 Savage's arrest. He is not only a talented singer, but also a good father and friend," Jay-Z posted on Facebook. Alex Spiro also said that the musician is in terrible conditions.
"Star friends and public support do not always help to avoid punishment, but I will do my best to get him out," Spiro said.